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i have an intranet application that generates 4000 emails through cdonts / iis. i have 2 modems connected to my pc on 2 seperate telephone lines. can both the modems be simultaneously used to despatch the mails?  what changes to i need to make to the win nt settings??
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Windows NT doesn't support multiline connection , using ,e.t.c But WIN2K does.
Almost 100% percent that it can't be done.
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