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Sending to list generated from MySQLi recordset

Thread began 5/08/2017 8:46 am by Steve | Last modified 10/02/2017 11:42 am by Steve | 1610 views | 20 replies


The recordset works correctly as I have echoed it out on the page. The issue seems to be with the form post. Once I submit the form the recordset values disappear.

If I echo the recordset value into a form variable array and then use that value to send the email, the email send ok.

<input name="ClientEmail[]" type="hidden" id="ClientEmail[]" value="<?php echo($client2->getColumnVal("Email")); ?>">

$RecipArray[$CurIndex ][] = "".((isset($_POST["ClientEmail"]))?implode(",",$_POST["ClientEmail"]):"") ."";

However all the email address are sent in the "To" field so all the recipients can see all the email address the email is being sent to.

I could add the to the "bcc" field but I still need an email address to put in the "to" field.

Is there a way to stop the recordset values disappearing when the form is submitted or can I somehow use the form variable to send to recipient individually rather than all in the "To" field?

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