in a loop, will do. You may need to add a sleep(# of seconds) statement, before the next loop, so your bat file will have time to run, before the next call to run it.
Do you know if the commands inside the sample.bat file will actually send emails or not? That should be a first test, imo. Then you can time what you should have for a sleep in seconds. The time won't always be the same, so give your program some extra time.
every syntax or C or any other language could be use in wrong purpose .
So ,do not be a smart ass niek_e.
You won't get moderators attention just because of this . :)
Now you know why you are not moderator .
I wouldn't say that we've entered the realm of issuing infractions quite yet, but it's getting closer. kv79, I'd suggest you refrain from even implying that you intend to spam or engage in DoS attacks in the future.
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