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Help with - "Fatal error: Maximum execution time ...exceeded in .../PEAR.php"

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Hi,

My PHP application for a client uses the publicly available "PHPMailer - PHP
email class" which is very good. However, my client recently complained
about the following error when sending out over 4000 emails. (Note that each
email is customised so needs to be sent individually - not using Bcc).

The application reported to have sent the 4000 emails successfully (it sends
each one as part of a loop and then when completed gives a count for the
amount sent, so it got past this stage. but then it gave the following error
message:

"Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in
/home/account23/public_html/app/PEAR.php on line 521"

Can anyone help me with what this means. I have tried to look this up but
have found very different information that does not seem to relate to my
circumstances.

Thanks in advance.

Dave
Aug 28 '05 #1
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On Sun, 28 Aug 2005 22:18:16 +0100, Dave Smithz wrote:
Hi,

My PHP application for a client uses the publicly available "PHPMailer - PHP
email class" which is very good. However, my client recently complained
about the following error when sending out over 4000 emails. (Note that each
email is customised so needs to be sent individually - not using Bcc).

The application reported to have sent the 4000 emails successfully (it sends
each one as part of a loop and then when completed gives a count for the
amount sent, so it got past this stage. but then it gave the following error
message:

"Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in
/home/account23/public_html/app/PEAR.php on line 521"

Can anyone help me with what this means. I have tried to look this up but
have found very different information that does not seem to relate to my
circumstances.

Thanks in advance.

Dave


See set_time_limit in
http://us2.php.net/manual/en/functio...time-limit.php

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Aug 29 '05 #2

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