This property allows the developer to control whether jobs processing should be stopped if an error occurs, or this error will be skipped and the jobs processing will be continued.
|If SendJobs method (or SubmitJobsToPickupFolder(String, Boolean) in the case of submitting to the pickup folder).is true, failure to send even a single e-mail will stop the entire process. The particular e-mail which could not be sent (or submitted to the pickup folder) will be returned to the pending queue. It's possible to resume the stopped process by calling|
In practice, most applications setto false when sending e-mails because it's usually normal that some messages (e.g. 5 from 10000) could not be sent. However, when submitting e-mails to the pickup folder rather than sending them, the applications usually set to true. This is because submitting to the pickup folder is much more reliable operation than sending out. Usually, if an error occurs during submitting to the pickup folder, this means the disk is full. It's required to free some space before the application can continue.
The developer can also leave StopJobs method. For instance, the developer can use MessageSent and MessageNotSent event to keep track of successful and failed messages and call StopJobs if number of messages failed one after another exceeded certain threshold. Thus, the application will tolerate random failures but stop sending process completely if failures become systematic.set to false and stop processing jobs manually using