Hi @Adityaganesh Srinivasan
append the email IDs in a string variable with a comma separator and assign it to the "to address" field.
Example : email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com
Hi @Adityaganesh Srinivasan ,
If your email addresses are inside a List Variable, use the List Join Items: Delimiter -> ; and it will combine your list items into a string separated by semi-colons.
Hi @Ashwin A.K
Would it work too if delimiter was "," instead of ";" ? as i remember, that both work if i put , or ;
Hi @Arvind Kotaru
I just checked, i wrote "," between mails in Send:Mail , to Address and CC parts
and it accepts comma
@Semih Öztürk Only accepts semicolon (;) as a valid separator for any email server.
It more seems like AA is converting a comma (,) to a semicolon (;) while processing it, and that is good for us!
I understand, thanks for the reply. I was using , and ; but ill try to use semicolon if thats better way. I wasnt paying attention to it before
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