Niall O Broin wrote:
> Normally to send email from, say, a Perl program, I'll use a Perl
> module which basically talks SMTP to the sending mail server. Quite
> often (in fact, nearly always) the SMTP server is on the same
> physical box as the Perl program.
For a couple of years now, I use the EXCELLENT Mail::Bulkmail module.
It's really a pain to setup and to have the first script to run, but
then, it's a dream to run. It start by sorting the recipientlist by
domain, you can configure the number of recipients per mail, the number
of mail per SMTP transaction...
You can also do personalise emails, based on a db/text file....
The 10 pages doc really worth it.
 Was sending mailinglist for L'Oreal and Danone 5 years ago on a P150
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