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Posted on 2011-03-11
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I believe I've solved this in the past, but this time it just won't give.  I already tried using phpmailer, mail(), and I tried changing the php.ini settings.  The emails usually get sent, but there's this huge delay in between submissions...  How can I gurantee emails get sent immediately like on every other server I deal with?
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I've actually noticed a huge delay in every type of e-mail from the GoDaddy servers.  Actually all of my hosting through them has gotten slower the past two years.  I know there server infrastructure was upgraded recently, so you may want to make sure your account has been migrated to the new cluster servers.
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On three different accounts on Godaddy with both Linux and Windows hosting, email takes a long time to be received.  Since they funnel all email thru a set of email servers, I think they probably just have too many customers using it.
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Thanks, I'll try to ask them to switch me to another server.
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