Given X number of users per list can I...?

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Given X number of users per list can I...?

Postby kurtkobalto » 8:22am, Wed 30 Oct, 2013

Hi all,

A question popped up my mind: the batch processing period is set to one hour and I scheduled 25 emails per hour (roughly less than 500 per day, thats the maximum given by my email server per 24h). If my list is 1000 subscribers, would phplist continue the batch for the other 500 subscribers automatically on the following 24h?

I guess not but then, if it is possible how could this be set up?

thanks a lot!
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Re: Given X number of users per list can I...?

Postby Dragonrider » 9:44am, Wed 30 Oct, 2013

Use a cron job I fear is the only way.

Might be worth your looking at easycron's topic if like me, crons are the Black Arts!
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Re: Given X number of users per list can I...?

Postby kurtkobalto » 9:57am, Wed 30 Oct, 2013

Thanks a lot Dragonrider
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