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SendTo Address format

Posted on 2008-06-25
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I have a chunk of code that uses the SendTo function, I know how to set a field to one persons name and send the document to them, I need to be able to send to a list of people.  How do I have to format the names so the SendTo can send to the list instead of a single name?

Here is a sample of what I have

Dim s As New notesSession
                  Dim mailsend As notesDocument
                  Set mailsend = s.currentDatabase.createDocument
                  mailsend.Form = "Memo"
                  mailsend.Subject = msg
                  mailsend.SendTo = ADDRESS  <----- this variable is currently set to one name I need to be able to use four names
                  Dim body As notesRichTextItem
                  Set body = mailsend.createRichTextItem("Body")
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Use an array or a group from the NAB
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