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Re: Vars with Mail::Sendmail

by extremely (Priest)
on Mar 26, 2002 at 19:56 UTC ( #154499=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Vars with Mail::Sendmail

As you use Mail::Sendmail mroe (or Mail::Mailer which I prefer) you'll be happy to discover that it will take an arrayref in place of a single address in the To field.

I use Mail::Mailer because you can switch from a local mail server to a remote mail server to raw perl generated mail in a heartbeat. Plus I like the print handle model better. Handy.

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use CGI qw(:standard); use Mail::Mailer qw(sendmail); #use Mail::Mailer; my $mailer = new Mail::Mailer; #my $mailer = new Mail::Mailer "smtp", Server => ""; my $to = [ '', 'three@four.yyy' ]; $mailer->open( { To => $to, From => 'Automated Mailer <here@here.zzz>', Subject => "Sample Mailer Script!", "Content-Type" => "text/html", }); print $mailer start_html,h1('Hi!),p('Yay Test!'),end_html; $mailer->close;

$you = new YOU;
honk() if $you->love(perl)

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