Email Scheduler .60beta

Email Scheduler .60beta

This is going to be the last release (unless there are major bugs) for a while.  I have another project I need to work on before the end of the year.  This release adds ALL the settings being read back into the program so you can check the settings.  I also found a couple of minor code errors, nothing big. 


I am still working on the IMAP IDLE service, but have now deceided to rewrite it in C++ as the service was just too big in memory using .NET.  This will take me some time to complete as I haven’t done Native code in a while. 




5 Responses to “Email Scheduler .60beta”

  1. Sergi - December 8th, 2008

    Good program to avoid night connections. One question: What is the meaning of the end setting for each e-mail account?
    Is for desconnecting the GPRS after the “end setting” time?

    Thanks a lot

  2. Daan - December 9th, 2008


    What’s new with this release? I don’t think I’m completely sure about what you mean with reading settings back into the program.

    I had a problem with a prior release (.56 I think), where the settings were cleared after a restart of the program. I guess this is what you fixed, but that was not really the problem: it would not check my mail at al… Have you changed anything in that behavior as well?

    Cheers, keep up the good work!

  3. Gudy - December 9th, 2008

    Sergi-the end setting just sets the poll schedule in outlook to what ever you want, just like the start setting. Most would want “Manually” as the end setting so it won’t check overnight.
    Daan-The settings were not cleared in the old version, they just were not read back into the program. Now, you can close the program, and reopen it and see what you had set. As far as not checking mail, outlook is responsible for that, all this does is change the schedule setting in it to check the mail. If you are having issues with outlook, check out under your device, I bet they can help.


  4. Marc - December 9th, 2008

    Great work.
    Thank you very much.


  5. ryan - December 19th, 2008

    Another nice-to-have feature would be a quick-set button where you could change all your accounts immediately to a given setting. That setting would then get over-written by the next start/end time.

    For example, usually I would have 7am – 11pm every 5 minutes, manually otherwise. Maybe at noon for some reason I want to stop auto-checking email, I could just go in and select the Immediate setting for Manually, and would be done. It would stay manually until 7am when the every 5 minutes kicks in again.

    Good work!

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