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Recipients from passed array, Not a recordset on same page...

Thread began 9/27/2014 12:27 pm by asarcona308398 | Last modified 10/02/2014 5:03 pm by asarcona308398 | 1870 views | 10 replies

asarcona308398

Recipients from passed array, Not a recordset on same page...

Hey Guys

I'm wondering if there is a way to send emails to the recipient array, and not have the other array addresses included in every email?

I'm am sending an email with the array passed from another page that holds the recordset, then using php implode to comma separate the individual addresses in the address field of the form, woks great in the form field... only thing is that all the array email addresses are included in all emails.

Is it possible to loop through the array and not include the arrays email addresses in every email?

Example email form contains:

mail object---
$RecipArray[$CurIndex][] = "".((isset($_POST["Email_Address"]))?$_POST["Email_Address"]:"") ."";

form---
<input id="Email_Address" name="Email_Address" type="text" value="<?php echo(isset($_POST['send_bulk_email'])?implode(", ",$_POST['send_bulk_email']):""); ?>" class="formTextfield_Large" tabindex="2" onblur="hideServerError('Email_Address_ServerError');"/>

I can't seem to get it to work on the Advanced To: settings as that only accepts recordsets on the page as arrays... Possible feature request??

Let me know...

Thanks
Tony

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