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Hi vinoth.ree, Your script is fine to grep all the mail. But I don't know why it cannot work when I apply in
$smtp->mail(&xxx); $smtp->to(&xxx);
or even i assigned to scalar also same
my $email=&xxx; $smtp->mail($email); $smtp->to(email);
Only work when I manual keyin email like this
$smtp->mail(',' ''); $smtp->to(',' '');
below is the script that I modified a bit from the script your provided.
sub xxx { my $query = CGI->new; my $mail = CGI->new; my @recipient = (); open(my $file, "<", "users.txt") or die "Can't open input.txt: $!"; my $hotmail = "hotmail\.com"; my $gmail = "gmail\.com"; # print $query->header('text/html'); # create the HTTP header # print $query->start_html('Login Access'); # start the HTML while (<$file>) { chomp; my $emailid= (split/\s+/,$_) [2]; if (/$hotmail/) { push(@recipient,$emailid); } elsif (/$gmail/) { push(@recipient,$emailid); } } $email = join(', ', @recipient); return $email; }
The result of join is same like this, is it the ' ' symbol I didn't add in beside the mail address during join function? I have no idea how to add in there.

In reply to Re^2: How to send multiple user with one mail? by GordonLim
in thread How to send multiple user with one mail? by GordonLim

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