Is there a way I can create a script in ASP.Net, that send out reminder email messages at specific scheduled times throughout the day?

Is there a way I can create a script in ASP.Net, that send out reminder email message at  specific scheduled times throughout the day?

Is there some kind of scheduler that can be run.

Thanks for any help!
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
not within the website itself but within a scheduled task or a service yes..
yes, this can be done as a service which will run on your server's Task Scheduler. in the Task scheduler, you can control the time intervals
If you want to run this in the web application itself... you can take a look at Hangfire. However, it's important to note that architecturally, this in not the best model. The best model as @David indicates, is to use a scheduled Windows task or a windows service that does the scheduling (in which case, Quartz.NET is a great scheduler for running scheduled tasks - at specific time intervals or specific times etc).

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I wrote out a web page that generates the emails and then sends them out.  
I used javascript to close the page.  
On the server, that the page sits on, a task is setup to run to open the page at a specific time.  
The trick with javascript is make it think it opened the page and then have javascript close the page.  This stops the alert from coming up.  
The server task opens the web page and when processing is done you run a javascript routine to open it (even though another window doesn't open), then have javascript close it.
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