Steps to increase fetching mail count

Steps to increase fetching mail count

Connect to the database :

Execute the below query 

select * from scpglobalconfig where category='MailFetching' and parameter='ProcessMails';

if there is no row available then execute below query alone.

insert into scpglobalconfig values('MailFetching', 'ProcessMails', '50');

if entry is there while executing the first query then update its value to 50 by executing below query

update scpglobalconfig set paramvalue = '50' where category='MailFetching' and parameter='ProcessMails';

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