Re: Scheduling delivery of messages
is deferred delivery possible. I mean I want to keep notifications( after
they are generated) with me for some time and send on
daily/monthly/weekly/yearly basis as per users choice.
I have enormous source data(events data) so I can't keep it for ever, I will
create notifications everyday but send them using dbmail. Now I want to use
SMTP to do that.
Is there any workaround?
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"Joe Webb" wrote:
> As Kate indicated, you can create one subscription for the SMTP
> protocol and one for the file delivery channel. These are two
> different subscriptions and can be delivered on any schedule you
> Just to clarify a minor point. The two subscriptions would produce
> *two* distinct notifications. They may be indentical in content and
> perhaps even in format if you choose. But they are still two distinct
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> On 30 Nov 2005 14:54:04 -0800, "kate" <[email protected]> wrote:
> >there would be no problem in NS of setting up a scheduled subscription
> >for smtp delivery and one for file delivery. But i am puzzled as to why
> >you need them sent at different times ?
> >Kate MBCS
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