I don't want to encourage spammers, but there are occasions it is sensible to send multiple addresses the same ( or a customised-) email.
This is easy if you download a copy of sendemail.exe and sendemail.pl from Caspian. NB I only tested on Windows XP. Put the files in a folder/directory, along with this LB code. The code version below assumes you want to add two attachments- to test this part, put in a txt-file and a bitmap named as shown. It also assumes you have created a file with a series of e-mail addresses and saved it in the folder with title 'emailAddresses_1.csv" or your choice of name.- eg
You of course need to change the e-mail server address, plus your user-name and password.
After running the LB program there will be a log file created in the same directory. Useful if it seems not to be working. It's been trouble-free for me. Note the use of chr$(34) to surround file-names-including-spaces.
'This program requires sendemail.exe and sendemail.pl in the same directory, ' available free from Caspian's SendEmail Site. TLS version also available. 'Commandline Switches: ' Required: ' -f ADDRESS from (sender) email address ' At least one recipient required via -t, -cc, or -bcc ' Message body required via -m, STDIN, or -o message-file=FILE ' Common: ' -t ADDRESS [ADDR ...] to email address(es) ' -u SUBJECT message subject ' -m MESSAGE message body ' -s SERVER [:PORT] ' Optional: ' -a FILE [FILE ...] file attachment(s) ' -cc ADDRESS [ADDR ...] cc email address(es) ' -bcc ADDRESS [ADDR ...] bcc email address(es) ' -xu USERNAME username for SMTP authentication ' -xp PASSWORD password for SMTP authentication from$ = "email@example.com" username$ = "username" password$ = "password" 'recipient$ = "firstname.lastname@example.org" ' These are read from a file server$ = "auth.smtp.1and1.co.uk:25" subject$ = chr$( 34) +"Subject- an unmissable offer." +chr$( 34) ' Use quotes to allow spaces in text. message$ = chr$( 34) +"Send me 100 dollars for the secret of my success." +chr$( 34) attach$ = "attachmentB.txt attachmentA.bmp" logfile$ = "sendemail.log" [openAddresses] filedialog "Open address file for processing", "*.txt; *.csv", fname$ if fname$ ="" then goto [openAddresses] open fname$ for input as #addressFile pathLength =len( DefaultDir$) print "Sending e-mails to addresses held in "; mid$( fname$, pathLength +2) while eof( #addressFile) <>-1 input #addressFile, recipient$ cmd$ =_ " -f "; from$;_ 'from " -t "; recipient$;_ 'to " -u "; subject$;_ 'subject " -s "; server$;_ 'server " -m "; message$;_ 'message " -a "; attach$;_ 'file to attach " -l "; logfile$;_ 'file to log result in " -xu "; username$;_ 'smtp user name " -xp "; password$ 'smtp password not given so will ask in a CMD window run "sendEmail.exe "; cmd$, HIDE print " "; recipient$ 'Delay 5 seconds before sending another email 'print "sendEmail.exe"; cmd$ calldll #kernel32, "Sleep", 5000 as ulong, r as void wend close #addressFile print "All sent. Done." end