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How to schedule SSRS report to email reports to query dependent email addresses

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We need to setup daily emails for all our sales persons.  Each recipient should only see their reports.  I have the report created containing a TargetSalesPerson parameter but I don't know how to set up the schedule nor the email.

Also can this parameter be set to feed off a table or view so that as we add new salespeople the list gets sent automatically?

I am using SQL Server 2008.
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Could't you just set up an email list for the sales people and always maintain that list when you hire new people, then have the report delivered to that list?
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Automate Report Delivery in SQL Server Reporting Services .
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