Re: Multiple recipients

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Subject: Re: Multiple recipients
Posted by:  Remy Lebeau \(TeamB\) (no.spam@no.spam.com)
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2008

"Ian Munro" <i…@gtl.biz> wrote in message
news:D8D9DF036E4FE340i…@gtl.biz...

> I now want to be able to pass in a string that contains multiple
> recipients
> that are separated by a semicolon. Obviously I can't use the following
> as the "Recipients" contains multiple addresses:
>
> aMessage.Recipients.Add.Address := Recipients

Use the EMailAddresses property instead:

    aMessage.Recipients.EmailAddresses := Recipients

> I had a look through the source and found a function that will split the
> string into the individual addresses saving me having to write my own
> function. It is a protected function called "SetEmailAddresses" in the
> "TIdEMailAddressList" class. Unfortunately this isn't exposed by the
> TIdMessage.Recipients property.

Yes, it is.  It is the setter method of the public EmailAddresses property,
as shown above.

Gambit

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Multiple recipients posted by Ian Munro on Wed, 9 Apr 2008