Problem sending PDF via MS Outlook


I'm trying to send a report exported to pdf via MS Outlook.

Unfortunately I get access violation in TfrxMailExport.Start function despite setting ExportFilter.DefaultPath.

When it is set to application folder exception raises here

  if FExportFilter.DefaultPath <> '' then


   FDefaultIOTransport.BasePath := FExportFilter.DefaultPath; <= here

   FExportFilter.FileName := f;




   FDefaultIOTransport.CreateTempContainer; <= or here (when DefaultPath is empty)

   FExportFilter.FileName := FDefaultIOTransport.BasePath + PathDelim + f;


Apparently I'm missing something.

The application is quite old (about six years) and it used to work with Fast Report 6



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