On Thursday 07. November 2002 14:20, Peter Palmreuther wrote:
> Hi Raven,
>
> On Thu, 7 Nov 2002 10:30:29 +0100
>
> Raven <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >>> I need a tool which can automatically send a mail once every time
> >>> interval.
> >>
> >> Is 'cron' or 'at' what you are looking for?
> >
> > I have an webfrontend where every user/admin should be able to set the
> > time interval, and such. So I guess cron is not dynamic enough..?!
>
> How 'dynamic' do you need it? Ain't between 'one defined day in year, at
> a defined time' and 'every minute' not dynamic enough?
>
> 
Sure, I just didn't know how easy you could edit the crontab..

> Have a look at webmin (http://www.webmin.com/), there's a 'cron editor
> web frontend' included. Create a special webmin account, having only
> access to cron part of webmin and he should be done.
>
> Or write oen your self. Using PHP or Perl this should be done really
> fast.
>
> For questions about how to write it in PHP or Perl, how to insert the
> cron job from web front end, I'd suggest you look for an appropriate
> newsgroup or web board, it's not really vpopmail-related :-)
> 

I know, and sorry for that!
But it could be somebody on this list had an idea anyway... :)
(And since I'm using vpopmail while I need this I may call it kind of 
related...;)


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