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Many SMTP service providers impose limits on number of emails per time period. Please consider adding a Sleep_After_Send property to smtpQ that allows setting a sleep period (in milliseconds) after each send.

asked Jul 10 at 09:56

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Some of the controls (Task, Http) have a SleepMs method which can be used. The documentation doesn't show Mailman has this method. I don't have access to the control at the moment to verify if it does or not.

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answered Jul 10 at 10:26

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The SMTPQ service is no longer being developed further. The source code for the SMTPQ Windows Service has been published to https://github.com/chilkatsoft/Chilkat-SMTPQ

People are free to download the source, fork it, and enhance it because it's effectively just an application that uses the Chilkat MailMan as any other C++ app might do.

Chilkat focuses on API's, and supporting a Windows Service application is outside Chilkat's focus.

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answered Jul 11 at 11:02

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