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Jerome

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Looking at the SendEmail function, there is no clear definition of what is required. It accepts a string, but how to delimit the string?

OK, for email addresses we accept it could be either ; or , but what about attachments? Both are perfectly acceptable in a file name.

In version 7 you wrapped the name and path in quotes, but that makes separate strings now we are semi-colonists. What do do - anyone know?

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I've just checked it and attachments can be separated by semicolon (;). I didn't know you can use semicolon in the filename, neither did SendEmail developer, I guess :)
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Bit of a cock-up there, then!

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Has anyone figured out how to get a list of email addresses using a select statement? I am trying to use GetEmailAddresses (plural) and using a select statement, but i cannot seem to get it to accept it. I have tried .List, .Text etc but to no avail unfortunately. If anyone can help i would appreciate it very much.

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Try .Memo, and then use ReplaceSubstring() to replace all "\r\n" with commas.

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It seems like attachments can be delimited by Comma too. I tried to send a file, that contained a Komma and got an error.
Now I have to save the File without Comma and Semicolon and parse it back and forth... narf
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