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SciTE Error prevents F5 script run - how to report?

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I'm doing some Outlook e-mail automation and have hit what appears to be an error in SciTE.
It's flagging an object property as a keyword.
 
Here's the code:

Func _EmailResults($filepath, $emailaddress)
    $objOutlook = ObjCreate("Outlook.Application")
    $objMail = $objOutlook.CreateItem($olMailItem)
    With $objMail
        .To = $emailaddress
        .Subject = @UserName & " Project Forecast for " & @MON & "/" & @MDAY & "/" & @YEAR
        .Attachments.Add($filepath & ".xlsx")
    EndWith
    Local $signature = $objMail.HTMLBody
    $objMail.HTMLBody = " Weekly forecast" & $signature
    $objMail.Send()
EndFunc

The problem is line 5, the .To = $emailaddress.

SciTE kicks that out with " error: missing separator character before keyword.
  .To
  ~^"

So it's seeing the "To" as the AutoIT keyword "To" from "From.. To.. Next" and telling me I wrote it wrong.

However, the program compiles without error and runs correctly.

Does anyone know a way to exclude .To from the checking?

And does anyone know how to file a bug against SciTE?  I went through the Scintilla site to the SourceForge page and just could not find a way to submit a bug.

Thanks, all.

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