I'm basically send emails to around 6000 emails. The way I'm doing is the scripts sends 100 per 30 seconds. Now my questions is: Is there a possibility that even if I close my Internet Explorer or my PC suddenly restarts, the email keeps going / or is queued on the server???
i'm writing this new Job Card system... every time a new job is entered or an old one modified an email must be sent to the head of dept on form submission with all the details for that job.does anyone know how?
I can send html within an email which is good, but can get a little tricky if I want to print it out in a nice format, because many email programs don't support html or mess up the layout to say the least.
What I'd like to do Take that html code, which I send in an email, but instead of simply displaying it, attach it as a file. either as it's own seperate .html file or even a pdf or something. Does anyone know if this can be done?
All shared servers limit the # of emails sent per x amount of minutes, as they should to keep load down. My question is, I've seen perl scripts (ie. dada mail) that do whats called batch emailing which esentially allows you to send a large amount of emails by splitting the mailing list into batches to lets say 5 per minute.
Can php do something like this? I have no idea how perl does this in the first place. In php, whenever you execute a shell command, doesn't it make you wait until it completes. So is it even possible to execute a shell command through php and leave it running as a background process or however those perl scripts are doing it.
Exists possibility of sending from my side mass emails to users eBay? Quickly obviously I login to eBay by cURL. Problem in this that data by contact form in method POST be sended. It will give to make like this glad something?
I'm running a cron job that exec a PHP script. The php script sends out emails to over 10,000 users. I wanted to know, is there a way to send out 50 emails then pause the PHP script for 5mins before sending out the next 50 and so on, and so on. The only thing I could think of is that after 50 emails have been sent.
i want know how i can send one mail to 200 user and i want when the email sendt it appeare send to:firstname.lastname@example.org from:my mail because i think i see many email like that to:email@example.com;firstname.lastname@example.org;email@example.com; ithink this from bbc
i mean i want every user see sent to this email only
Most email clients have problems reading CSS in HTML emails (including Gmail and Hotmail). I often use this service to convert my HTML/CSS to proper email format so that everything looks normal on the user's end. Basically what it does is convert all CSS to inline styles:[URL]
Do any of you have any other methods for sending CSS in your HTML emails? I automatically generate the emails, and due to some restrictions, I can't modify the the inline styles.
i want to know if i can sent 2 emails from my website at the same time and also how to send two different emails form one code at the same time , i mean i want to create a form that someone fill it to invite his friend to my website but the form sends the message to the entered email then the form sends to me a notification telling me that someone has filled the form.
I am currently sending emails thru PHP (now with Swift 406). Which SMTP server would you suggest to me to login to send emails?I am using the SMTP of my currently DNS hoster. But I think it sux because often emails are not sent.
I am creating a solution where you can order items. Once the order is confirmed an email gets sent in two ways:
1. If any items require approval an email gets sent to an TL's email. 2. If all items do not require approval, it gets sent for processing in the warehouse.
I am assuming this requires an "if statement" of my SQL result?
for eg. $sql="SELECT ordering.status, ordering.emplNum, ordering.description FROM ordering LEFT JOIN primaryOrder ON ordering.orderNumber = primaryOrder.orderId WHERE primaryOrder.orderId =".$primaryOrderId.""; $result=es_query($sql); $row=mysql_fetch_array($result);
I tried the regular mail() function, and a script that sends messages to an email address (that worked the last time i checked.. like half a year ago) and neither of them work. I don't think its a problem with the coding, I think its more like the settings on my site has changed somehow and maybe I have to fix it so I can send emails from my site? I'm not sure if that makes sense, but if it does, is that possible and how can I fix this?
i want to send emails out to a mailing list. its takes 2 emails (right now, probably 50 when im done) from the database and sends out and email. then it submits a hidden form to the same page after it sends two emails. it then grabs the next 2 and sends those out. it does this till all emails are sent out. so basically it sends 2 emails, submits hidden form back to the same page, then send 2 more emails out. it does this till all emails are sent.
my problem is that while the script is executing none of the html is output and visible in the browser until the $mailer>send() is done. and when it appears it only appears for 1 sec then disappears.
How do I get my emails to send that have 'single quotes'? When an email with 'single quotes' is attempted, it does not get sent. magic_quotes does not appear to be on and I do not have to power to turn it on, I am using an external server.
This user asked a similar question but had no viable solution in the answers, so here is am revisiting the topic. I would like to have emails sent from custom exceptions in a clean way. I can do this easy with plain old errors from a custom error_handler, but with extended exceptions I am a bit stumped.
The main problem is I rely on Zend_Mail to have transparent cross-platform mailing, easy smtp/ssl configuration for gmail account usage and a bunch of other goodies. I would like to access my Zend_Mail object in a custom exception. Static calls are not really an option that I am willing to use, although it seems to be the easiest to use a 3rd party object in a custom exception. Here is the constructer of base exception class:
I would like to send mails from my localhost. I am connected to internet through my institute's proxy(HTTP) which requires authentication. Is it possible to use cURL to send mails, because so far i've seen it fetching webpages only.