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Posted: 05 January 2015 at 12:19pm | IP Logged Quote people

Sometimes, when there are large number of emails in the pickup folder, the performance suffers. When we stop and start the service, it improves the performance. We had to do this several times in day. Why is this happening?
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Posted: 05 January 2015 at 2:22pm | IP Logged Quote Alex

It's a kind of problem which needs detailed analysis of MailBee.NET Queue log file, examining CPU usage when sending becomes slow, fine-tuning of the configuration, and so on. There can be many reasons for it (for instance, throttling by the SMTP server which can limit the maximum number of messages per second it will relay after the client hits some threshold, restarting the service gives a break and the limit is removed). But, again, there can be much more reasons for it. Maybe there are many connections left (Windows can become slow if many sockets are opened and closed very often during the process life). In this case, sending more messages per single session may help. And so on.

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