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Mdaemon and outlook 2007

Mdaemon and outlook 2007

Mdaemon and outlook 2007

Hi there

I have a problem of sending mass emails via the mdaemon server.

the outlook 2007 will send about 20 emails, then the remaining 80 emails will sit in outbox.

I have to manaully open it, and send.

sometimes, I close outlook, start outlook, it will then send another 3 emails.

is this an outlook problem, or mdaemon setup problem.

any input welcome.


RE: Mdaemon and outlook 2007

I'm using Outlook 2007 with Mdaemon 9.6 without any problems.  I can send out about 50 or more email addresses more than once a day.  There might be some setting on the server that you have to do. How are you setting up your Outlook, IMAP or pop/smtp?

RE: Mdaemon and outlook 2007

Sorry, I use version 9.5.2

RE: Mdaemon and outlook 2007

Try setting up a list on the server? You will have no problems sending the mails then.

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