Submit email to threading-pool of FastSender object.
[Syntax] Visual C++: HRESULT Send( IMail* pSmtp, long nKey, BSTR tParam, long* pVal ) Visual Basic: Send( pSmtp As Object, nKey As Long, tParam As String ) As Long
This method submits an email to threading-pool of FastSender object. Once the email is sent by FastSender, OnSent event will occur.
How does FastSender work?
FastSender has an inner threading pool based on MaxThreads count. Firstly, Send or SendByPickup submits email to FastSender mail queue. Secondly threading pool retrieves email from mail queue and send it out. Finally OnSent event informs that the email was sent successfully or unsuccessfully.
No. of worker threads in the threading pool of FastSender is automatically adjusted based on the actual usage. The maximum no. of worker threads is up to the value of MaxThread property specified.
We strongly recommend you use EASendMail Service to send bulk emails instead of FastSender. To learn more detail, please have a look at: Work with EASendMail Service(Mail Queuing).
To get the full samples of EASendMail FastSender, please refer to Samples section.
[VB6, VBA - Send Mass Email with Multiple Threads] Option Explicit Private WithEvents m_oFastSender As EASendMailObjLib.FastSender Private m_oSmtp As EASendMailObjLib.Mail Private Sub SendEmail() Dim recipientAddr(3) As String Dim i As Integer If m_oFastSender Is Nothing Or m_oSmtp Is Nothing Then Set m_oFastSender = New EASendMailObjLib.FastSender Set m_oSmtp = New EASendMailObjLib.Mail 'The license code for EASendMail ActiveX Object, 'for evaluation usage, please use "TryIt" as the license code. m_oSmtp.LicenseCode = "TryIt" m_oFastSender.MaxThreads = 10 'set the maximum no. of worker threads End If m_oSmtp.FromAddr = "firstname.lastname@example.org" m_oSmtp.ServerAddr = "mail.adminsystem.net" 'if you don't have a SMTP server, use the following code: 'FastSender sends email via DNS lookup 'm_oSmtp.ServerAddr = "" recipientAddr(0) = "email@example.com" recipientAddr(1) = "firstname.lastname@example.org" recipientAddr(2) = "email@example.com" For i = 0 To 2 m_oSmtp.ClearRecipient m_oSmtp.AddRecipient recipientAddr(i), recipientAddr(i), 0 m_oSmtp.Subject = "test subject" m_oSmtp.BodyText = "test body" Call m_oFastSender.Send( m_oSmtp, i, "any" ) Next End Sub Private Sub m_oFastSender_OnSent(ByVal lRet As Long, _ ByVal ErrDesc As String, _ ByVal nKey As Long, _ ByVal tParam As String, _ ByVal Sender As String, _ ByVal Recipients As String) If lRet = 0 Then MsgBox nKey & " email was sent successfully" Else MsgBox nKey & ": " & ErrDesc End If End Sub
How many threads should I use?
Basically, there is no limitation for worker threads count of FastSender, it depends
on hardware of your machine. We'v tested it with more than 100 threads on Windows
Suggestion for worker threads count:
1.Send email via dnslookup 20-50 threads.
2.Send email via IIS SMTP Service 10 threads.
3.Send email via IIS SMTP Pickup 10 threads
From above code, you will find that FastSender only handles the email sending, you have to use Mail object to set subject, body text and etc... Then Send method passes Mail object to FastSender, FastSender will get the encoded content from Mail object and send it out. Therefore, if you want to change the email content dynamically for each email, you just need to change the properties of Mail object before invoking Send method.
For i = 0 To 2 m_oSmtp.ClearRecipient m_oSmtp.AddRecipient recipientAddr(i), recipientAddr(i), 0 m_oSmtp.Subject = "test subject" 'change body text for each email. m_oSmtp.BodyText = "Dear" & recipientAddr(i) & "test body" Call m_oFastSender.Send( m_oSmtp, i, "any" ) Next
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