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I see people getting NOA1 and NOA2's late at night ??

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Just a little insight which could be totally wrong but...

I work for a government funded agency (public railroad) and we have a lot of 'timed' processes that get run after people go home in the evening because it takes up a lot of processor time in our computers/mainframe. It's possible that the system that runs the updates and sends out the e-mails is processed like this. Essentially, jobs that run updates get set into a timer system to run at a specific time each day after all daily processing has completed.

Of course, that's just my educated guess as a mainframe programmer. :innocent:

Edited by Arazia

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