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Name/Address pair in "To"

Thread began 7/04/2009 5:46 pm by Stan | Last modified 7/06/2009 10:52 am by Ray Borduin | 1175 views | 1 replies |


Name/Address pair in "To"

Is it possible to use a Name/Address pair in the "To" address of an outgoing email without tweaking the code? I notice that the "From" is set up this way. It's another header entry. Could they both be entered into the "Value" port on the wizard without messing anything up downstream?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It was specifically left out because there is a bug in php on windows servers that prevents the TO address including the name.

You can add it very easily using Universal Email or by editing the code and separating them with |WA| where the email address is separated like: first last|WA|

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