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Mach5 Mailer Help Docs -- Scheduler
Running the Scheduler from the Command Line
The Mach5 Schedler does not run as a service under NT or Windows XP. You can, however, have the scheduler auto-start from the command line, and put that into your startup tasks.
If you launch the Scheduler with the /h option, it will automatically start running and hide itself in your task bar. This way you can have it running for you in the background when your machine starts.
Note you can also invoke Mailer from the command line.