Posted on 2007-09-30
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
maximum reciepent address that can be put in "to" fileld in microsoft outlook connected to exchange server
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    If your question is how many addresses can you put in the "To" field in a message, then I don't think there is a limit. I've never come across it myself. There is a setting in a user's settings which allows you to set the maximum recipients; this may restrict you.

    What might also restrict you though is your ISP if you send mail through a smart host. They often place restrictions on the number of recipients you can send to in a single mail through their servers.


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