Spam actions when destinations have different thresholds

Matt Hampton matt at CODERS.CO.UK
Sat Jul 30 17:25:36 IST 2005

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Leonardo Helman wrote:

>For this type of things, I modify, just before
>the return in new 
>  if( $this->SplitMail() ) {
>    return undef;
>  }
>   return $this;
> }
>The SplitMail generates n mails depending on the diferent user
>preferences (and the recipients) and returns true if all the
>people wants the same actions/subject modifications/.../...
>and false otherways.
Is it possible that you could post some example code?  This is exactly 
what I am after!

>This generates n mails for each splitted one, so I'm trading users tastes
>for processing time (but the event of splitting it's not so common
>so I'm not n-plicating the mails received)
Do you have a feel for the number of times this happens?

Thanks for your reply.



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