Should Lotus Notes Client be running or Open in background to send emails programatically using .NET through Lotus Notes Client?

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Does Lotus notes client be running or opened in the background to send emails using Lotus Notes with .Net?

    I am working on a task where my app should send emails using Lotus Notes with .NET . I am able to send mails also. But the problem comes when i close my Lotus Notes mail and try to run my application which sends mails. But the mails are not being delivered. Reason, they were being stored in "Outgoing mail". Again when i open my Lotus Notes client by entering my username and password, then the mails that were in "Outgoing mail" were been delivered. Should lotus notes client run on the background for my application to send emails? Is there any way that my application sends emails even if lotus notes is not opened? I'm struck with this issue all day, did lot of research, but i could find anything.

i used this link  as a base ref to send emails using .net http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/domino-msnet/   Any help regarding this is greatly appreciated.



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lotus notes, .net

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Is your location document setup for replication? That’s the only reason I can think of that Notes would be using the mail.box file.

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