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Pages times out regardless of settings

Hi all,

I've written a page that uses a emailer component and it keeps timing out.
It takes 2-3 seconds to send each mail, gets part way through the list of
recipients and dies.

I have tried changing the Script Timeout setting in IIS to some huge number
(2147483647?).

I have tried setting Server.ScriptTimeout = 0 and Server.ScriptTimeout =
2147483647.

None of these make any difference. What can I do now?
--
Sean.
Oct 14 '05 #1
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"Sean S - Perth, WA" <Se**********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
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Hi all,

I've written a page that uses a emailer component and it keeps timing out.
It takes 2-3 seconds to send each mail, gets part way through the list of
recipients and dies.

I have tried changing the Script Timeout setting in IIS to some huge number (2147483647?).

I have tried setting Server.ScriptTimeout = 0 and Server.ScriptTimeout =
2147483647.

None of these make any difference. What can I do now?
--
Sean.


"part way through the list" -- how many?

I've had it die after about thirty because of a Web host
configured limit (I believe) to minimize potential spam.
Oct 14 '05 #2
"McKirahan" wrote:
"part way through the list" -- how many?
Anywhere between 20 and 50.
I've had it die after about thirty because of a Web host
configured limit (I believe) to minimize potential spam.


It's a private develpment server. This is not an issue.
Oct 17 '05 #3
"Sean S - Perth, WA" wrote in message
news:E1**********************************@microsof t.com...
: "McKirahan" wrote:
:
: > "part way through the list" -- how many?
:
: Anywhere between 20 and 50.
:
: > I've had it die after about thirty because of a Web host
: > configured limit (I believe) to minimize potential spam.
:
: It's a private develpment server. This is not an issue.

define 'just dies'. You're not getting a script timeout message? Do you
have an On Error Resume Next line somewhere in the code?
Which email component? OS?

--
Roland Hall
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Oct 17 '05 #4
OK, fixed it. It looks like IIS just required a restart to pick up the change
to the Script Timeout setting.

--
Sean.
Oct 17 '05 #5

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