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I want to send messages to multiple recipients, I have tried separating them with a comma and a semi-colan. eg

<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="-Mailto" VALUE="[email protected];[email protected]">

When doing this I get a bounced message tha says "... the domain "mydomain.com;him" could not be found...." ie, it doesn't recognise the semi colan as an address separator.

Short of several -mailto tags, which wouldn't suit anyway, is there a way I can send to multiple recipients?

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the reason it wouldn't be suitable is because it is getting the to addresses from a DB, sometimes there may be one recipient, sometimes there may be 5, 6, 7 who knows. I guess it might be time to start redesigning! do'hh.

Thanks Vaughn.

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But that's not a problem. You code it like this:

[FMP-Record]

<input type="text" name="-mailto" value=[FMP-Field: emailaddress]>

[/FMP-record]

Web Companion will create a -mailto for each record in the found set. No more and no less.

[ September 26, 2001: Message edited by: Vaughan ]

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  • 3 weeks later...

The -MailTo tag cas also be used with portals when working with related databases. Also the -MailCc and -MailBcc tags work exactly the same way.

Great isn't it!

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IMHO it is no problem to study something and be expert. It is OK but it is not showing "common sense".

But when someone, like you just showed above is thinking "in simple possible way using more of common sense than all possible routines and programming techniques", that I am deeply admiring. You just show that!

Great!

Just see some other thread, where I am opposing to you smile.gif" border="0

It is the case to refresh just part of HTML page. It can be done for MSIE 4 and above and NN6 and above...

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