[nycphp-talk] php for mailing list app?
robynover at gmail.com
Mon Jun 26 13:07:57 EDT 2006
On 6/26/06, Donald J Organ IV <dorgan at optonline.net> wrote:
> I believe that if you run the script that sends the emails from the
> command line using say cron that the PHP has no max execution time.
> This may help.
Thank you. That's helpful. It makes sense that if I run the script
behind the scenes, not only will it not time out, but the user won't
be affected by the 'long' time it takes to send mail. Since I'm
writing a web application, though, I don't think cron will help -- I
need to run the script (not in the browser) when the user hits "send
to subscribers". Any suggestions on how to do this?
> robyn overstreet wrote:
> > Hi all-
> > I'm working on a mailing list (announcement only) for a client and I'm
> > trying to decide if using PHP is the way to go. I'm more comfortable
> > with PHP than with Perl, but it seems that Perl has better email
> > handling modules available.
> > When I've worked with PHP mail() before, my experience was that even a
> > relatively small list of about 50 addresses took a while to loop
> > through and send. I'm concerned that the server will time out for a
> > larger list. I'm wondering if I need to make a socket connection.
> > Can anyone point me in a good direction to research?
> > Thanks in advance-
> > Robyn
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