The Standalone E-mail Robot can be run as an application or it can be configured for background use to be run without the machine it's running on being logged in.
Note this will most likely require the assistance of your system administrator.
To install as a Windows Service, on the machine in which the Standalone E-mail Robot is to be run as a service,
VSys.ini, or have a configured copy of
VSys.iniin the folder with
/UNINSTALLcommand line option.)
If your database connection is set to use domain authentication, the Standalone E-mail Robot service must start as a user with rights to that SQL Server database. If your SMTP server requires domain authentication then the account used to start the service must also have rights on your SMTP server for relay.
To specify a database connection to be used by a given service, when installing the service, include
xyz is the Connection name or Nickname for that database connection when it was defined.
Why would you have the Standalone E-mail Robot use other than the default database connection when it starts up?