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Re: SendMail with multiples receives

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  • Subject: [mg127281] Re: SendMail with multiples receives
  • From: Ulrich Arndt <ulrich.arndt at data2knowledge.de>
  • Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2012 01:27:08 -0400 (EDT)
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try 

"To"->{"x1 at xxx.com.br", "x2 at xxx.com.br", "x3 at xxx.com.br", "x4 at xxx.com.br"}


Ulrich
Am 13.07.2012 um 08:53 schrieb Murta:

> Hi All
> 
>    I have made some reports using SendMail to communicate it.
>    There is some way to send for multiples receives in one time?
>    I tried this, but with no sucess (see the "To" line).
> 
> SendMail[
> "To"->"x1 at xxx.com.br, x2 at xxx.com.br, x3 at xxx.com.br, x4 at xxx.com.br",
> "Subject"->"subject",
> "Body"->"teste,
> "From"->"rodrigo at xxx.com.br",
> "UserName"->"rodrigo at xxx.com.br",,
> "Password"->Uncompress@"1eJxTToPCmZnYGAw1jE0MTS1BAbswMC",
> "Server"->"smtp.myserver.com.br",
> "PortNumber"->587
> ]
> 
> It works just for one at time, so I have to use Map. It's the best way?
> tks in advance!
> 




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