hm... but isn't it weird to include the cc: recipient within to: and
then specifying them under cc: again?
cos wouldn't it be more straight forward just to simply include all the
recipient in cc: to to: and omit the cc: list.
and specifying the recipient that is suppose to be in Bcc: under To:, i
believe its already telling everybody who will be receiving that email.
there is no more reason to stick their email in Bcc: list. am i right to
Lowell Allen wrote:
> You need to include cc: and Bcc: addresses in the first parameter and repeat
> in the headers, for example:
> mail('[EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]',
> 'subject', 'message',
> "To: Receiver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>\n" .
> "From: Sender <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>\n" .
> "cc: Courtesy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>\n" .
> "Bcc: Blind <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>\n");
> "Cc" does not work, but "cc" or "CC" does, and on Windows servers the Bcc:
> header is not removed when sending, so recipients can see Bcc: receivers by
> examining the headers. This is from Kevin Yank's "Advanced email in PHP" on
> Lowell Allen
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