I'm using simple email_message class to send personalised bulk emails. It always stops after every 1700 emails or so and then i have to restart it again after changing the Mysql query to pick the rest of the users. I have tried SMTP class as well but same problem.
I've never had this problem before. I have used phpmailer class form phpclasses.
Could you please advise to fix for this issue. Thanks for your help and for making these classes available.
|2006-08-22 17:26:18 - In reply to message 1 from zeeshan khalid|
|Maybe you are exceeding the PHP script execution time limit. The default is 30 seconds.|
If that is the case, just use set_time_limit(0); to override the time limit. It only works if PHP is not running in safe mode.
|2006-08-23 14:49:05 - In reply to message 2 from Manuel Lemos|
|alright thanks, I'll give it a go next time I send emails out and let you know if it worked.|
Thanks for your help
|2006-11-18 22:42:43 - In reply to message 3 from zeeshan khalid|
If safe_mode is on and you are not able or willing to turn it off,
you could try to send e.g. 500 Mails at first time, send a header() to the script that is sending the Mails to start it again and to reset the php_execution_time. Now send the next 500 Mails and so on.
I've read, that this is possible, but I'm not processing that much Email in one turn ;-)
|2006-11-19 12:08:12 - In reply to message 4 from Martin Mueller|
|I had a similar problem some time back -- found out my ISP had put a limit on the number of email per hour without notifiying me.|