Where did classic come from?

So, I’m updating our inventory list at work and made a short script to have the coworkers run which would send me their computer stats. I tested it by sending it to a couple users via iChat. It works fine. Now when I sent out the mass email via Mail, it returns this:
“You cant open the application, “Inventory” because the Classic environment is no longer supported.”

I’m working on a Dual core G5 intel machine. Not everyone has an Intel machine. I saved the script as an application.

What’s going on?

tell application "System Profiler"
	set systemProfile to system profile
end tell

tell application "Mail"
	set theSubject to "My Computers Specs"
	set theText to systemProfile
	set theRecipient to "xxx@abc.com"
	set theMessage to make new outgoing message with properties {subject:theSubject, content:theText}
	tell theMessage
		make new to recipient at end of to recipients with properties {address:theRecipient}
	end tell
end tell

Browser: Safari 525.20.1
Operating System: Mac OS X (10.5)

Don’t know why your system thinks it needs classic, but on my dual-core G5 OS X 10.5.5, it worked perfectly.

Interesting! :cool: