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Posted on 1998-12-23
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The whole concept is to send automatic emails at  a specific interval (like a batch process) from the SQL server to the concerned persons.  It is sort of sending reminders to the concerned persons but it is done by the server at a specific interval.
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What are you trying to do?
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In order to do that you should setup SQLMail service. After you did that you will be able to use xp_sendmail extended stored procedure, that can be sheduled to run at specific intervals-(you can use for that SQL Executive)
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