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Mar 3, 2009, 14:19 #1
mail() and Sendmail - additional_parameters & send delay
Does anyone know if when using the mail() function PHP 4.x for the `additional_parameters` argument can any additional paremeter be passed that will delay the mail being sent until a specific server time or indeed by a specific delay time e.g. 1 minute.
The hosting platform is configured to use Sendmail so this might as well be as much about whether Sendmail offers that function or not.
Any help greatly appreciated.
P.S. I wish I had root access to the host environment to store the e-mails I want to send in a db, then have a cron job check on whether they should be sent via a timestamp but I don't have that access. Plus I really, really do not want to use sleep() anywhere. Trying to be creative and figure an answer out to this issue with what I have got access to.
Mar 3, 2009, 14:56 #2
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Mar 3, 2009, 15:21 #3
I think it is going to be something like:
P.S., Thanks for the feedback Dan!