SMTP Server Communication
Sets the number of milliseconds to wait after sending a message. Useful for some mail servers that prevent message sending from causing a throughput overload.
If you are sending a large number of emails in one run (for example, a large mass-mailing with thousands or tens of thousands of emails to be sent) then you can use this parameter to "control the flow" - the SMTP server is given time to process each "chunk" of emails before the next one is sent to it.
Other Parameters Required:
-sendwait <inter-mailing delay integer value in milliseconds>
Example (cut-and-paste right into your batch file):
NetMailBot -sendwait 5000 -to email@example.com -from firstname.lastname@example.org -server mail.domain.com -subject "test"
See the Controlling Throughput to the SMTP Server topic for more information on the use of this parameter.