I have a website where users fill out a form with a bit of information including their email addresses. Once they submit the form, I need to send them a series of email messages at future times. Can EasyCron do this for me or trigger it being done on my server?
It would not be practical for me to log in and manually set up cron jobs. It would have to be done by a cron script running at my server.
In order to send future emails, it's better to make a cron script at your server, and have it triggered by cron job on our webcron service. To set up a cron job, you don't have to login to easycron, you can use our Cron Job API.