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System.Net.Mail replyto multiple addresses

Posted on 2006-06-28
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Experts: Is there a way to specify multiple replyto addresses when sending out a message using the new System.Net.Mail library?

Microsoft has made it so that the ReplyTo field is of type MailAddress (can specifiy only 1 address).

Looks like the field  should have been of type MailAddressCollection (can specify multiple addresses).
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Try adding ti to the headers directly:

MailMessage mail = new MailMessage();
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mail.Headers.Add( "Reply-To", "address@mycompany.com; address2@company.com" );
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