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Perhaps a dumb question - but if I am notifying users (I see the progress bar - takes a while with 18000 notifications) - and I am closing the browser or disconnect the computer while this is in progress, is this process interrupted? Or can I just close the connection after initiating the mass email?
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I suspect that this will depend on your web server more than anything else -- but in most configurations the process will most likely be aborted if you close the web browser. On websites that perform batch operations, I typically use the tabbing features of my browser and carry on what I was doing in a different tab.
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