We understand that there might be some issue with the Aspose API that we need to reproduce at our end first before forwarding to our Product team.
4. Please follow this issue
[here](https://forum.aspose.com/t/23363). It is always good to create a new thread and report each problem separately in a new thread so that the issues don’t mix up.
5.a. Please follow the link shared above for creating a sample application. When you will run this Windows Form based application, it will generate a log file. Once you hit the exception, please share the log file with us so that we can investigate the issue further and share our feedback with you.
5.b. Please add the code for bypassing the Exchange Server Certificate and see if it helps. This should be added to the start of the application.
Also, is it possible for you to:
- Test this issue from a different PC and share with us if it works or not?
- Please share the .NET Framework, OS & Visual Studio application information with us.
- If possible, please create a test account on your server and share those with us. We shall try to use these for reproducing the issue at our end and assist you further.
Got the Symantec issue resolved by setting security to auto