Email Scheduler .55beta Released

Email Scheduler .55beta is released!

I took your suggestions and comments and added them to this release.  I added a weekend time slot to have different times run accordingly.  I also made it to where you can define the days of the week!  I also fixed up a few bugs (VGA should now be fine, and 24 hour clock is fixed, etc).  I would bet there are still some issues, but wanted you to give this a try.  The last major, I don’t want to say improvement, but ‘change’ is I recompiled it in .net 2.0.  As always, I have tested, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t problems, so please let me know if you find any.  The zip file is HERE, and the CAB file is HERE

 

Gudy

5 Responses to “Email Scheduler .55beta Released”

  1. Gudy - October 28th, 2008

    opps, the links were bad, fixed up now.

    Gudy

  2. Marc - October 29th, 2008

    This doesn’t seem to work with Microsoft Exchange. Are there any plans to add that?

  3. Gudy - October 30th, 2008

    Why? ActiveSync has scheduling built in. No need for a program like this.

    Gudy

  4. David - November 5th, 2008

    Hi, I tested your email scheduler, and although it is a promising application, it still has some bugs, so I decided to uninstall it. After uninstalling it, I keep getting messages that the emailschedulerservice.exe isn’t found. I think the uninstall didn’t get rid of everything. Could you please let me know how to clean the forgotten files?

  5. Gudy - November 5th, 2008

    Hi David. First off, can you tell what the bugs are so I can get them fixed up? Also did you download the latest version (.56beta)? As far as the error you get, you are right, it isn’t “leaving” any files behind, rather it leaves the scheduled time to run on, which since it is not there anymore, you get the error. The good news is, you will only get the error once, and it is done.

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