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Id: 7238
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: MailTools

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Requestors: SREZIC [...] cpan.org
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Severity: Wishlist
Broken in: 1.62
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Subject: Multiple to: in Mail::Send
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Hello Mark, I found that I could specify $msg->to("receiver1, receiver2, ...") if working with the sendmail backend, but it does not work with the SMTP backend. Is it possible to make this syntax (or an alternate syntax, e.g. $msg->to(["receiver1","receiver2",...]) work with SMTP backend too, and maybe document this? Regards, Slaven
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> $msg->to("receiver1, receiver2, ...")
Mail::Mailer::smtp is accepting multiple addresses as well, but they are fed directly into the SMTP protcol. Did you try to send $msg->to('"Slavan Rezic" <sresic@cpan.org>'); To be honest, I do not know whether SMTP relayers must understand this, or only bare addresses. But probably something like that is the case. Please, could you be more expliciti what the protocol violations are, so I can fix them? I have no time to read RFCs/set-up some tests etc... too busy...
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If you use $msg->to('address1', 'address2') it will work. With $msg->to('address1, address2') it won't


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