Cache pictures and
These option should ever activated. SuperMailer encodes all
pictures once and reuse the encoded content for each
email. With this option SuperMailer can send emails quicker
and needs lesser CPU usage.
You you deactivate this option only if you want send
personalized pictures (for each email another picture)
Optimize HTML source
code before sending
Is this option activated SuperMailer will optimize the HTML
source code (remove blanks, line breaks...) before sending
the emails. The email will be smaller and will be send quicker.
It is recommended to activate this option.
Optimize HTML source
code for elements in
With activated option SuperMailer removes blanks and tabs
from HTML code in comments <!-- and -->. Normally this
programs will block this code.
Word wrap in plaintext
emails on column
Line breaks plaintext mails on the given position before
sending, the recommended value is 76 (only on dispatch
over SMTP server)
Allow sending emails
without written text
When you want to send an email with an image only than
you must activate this option to send the emails. It is
recommended to send emails with written text to minimize
Don't allow email
sending when fields are
missing in email text
This option activates field checking (Default activated). Is
this option activated than each field in email text must
exists as field in recipients list, as text block or query
function. Is one field missing than SuperMailer will deny email
Use Nagle Algorithm to
The Nagle Algorithm inhibits the dispatch of to many little
TCP Segments. This algorithm is often called Small-Packet-
Avoidance-Algorithm. Through the Nagle Algorithm the TCP
packages are buffered till a full data segment can be
transmitted. Trough an other control algorithm the length
can be reduced. Both algorithms are responsible for an
essentially relief of the strain on the transmitter layer.
The activation of this algorithms can cause a problem while
sending emails on some PC. On other PCs it reduces
problems. This option is Standard.
Disconnect from server
after sending one email
Activate this setting SuperMailer will disconnect after each
email from SMTP Server. If SuperMailer will send the next
email SuperMailer must connect to server again, this is
slower as reuse the established connection.