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Posted on 2010-09-21
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I have the code below.

But I would like to send the email also to $eme as well as $em as gathered from the database.
The mail@yahoo needs to remain also.

SO in short three email address. 2 from db results and one hardcoded as is.

how do I code this.
$row    = $db->getNextRow();
	    $bn = $row[$usdTbl['UBNme']];
	    $ct = $row[$usdTbl['Contact']];
	    $ad = $row[$usdTbl['UAddress']];
	    $em = $row[$usrTbl['UE']];
	    $eme = $row[$usrTbl['UE2']];
	    $ph = $row[$usdTbl['UBPhone']];

    	}
// This is what I currently have.
	$to = $em  .", mail@yahoo.com";

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Question by:Cheryl Lander
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$to			= $em . ', ' . $eme . ', mail@yahoo.com';
$subject	= 'E-mail Subject';
$message	= 'Hello, this e-mail was sent from PHP!';
mail($to, $subject, $message, $additional_headers);

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by:intrwrks
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Check out the mail() function @ http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.mail.php.
$row    = $db->getNextRow();
	    $bn = $row[$usdTbl['UBNme']];
	    $ct = $row[$usdTbl['Contact']];
	    $ad = $row[$usdTbl['UAddress']];
	    $em = $row[$usrTbl['UE']];
	    $eme = $row[$usrTbl['UE2']];
	    $ph = $row[$usdTbl['UBPhone']];

    	}
// This is what I currently have.
	$to = $em .", ". $eme .", mail@yahoo.com";
         mail($to, "Subject", "Email Message Here");

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