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snm-people mailing list

Post by Hendrik Visag » Wed, 17 Jul 1996 04:00:00



Hi there,

 Could somebody please point me to the snm-people mailing listserver??

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Groetend / Sincerely Yours

Hendrik Visage
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Vector Customer Support
+27 11 315 4330

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snm-people mailing list

Post by Paul V. Aluk » Wed, 17 Jul 1996 04:00:00



>Hi there,
> Could somebody please point me to the snm-people mailing listserver??
>------
>Groetend / Sincerely Yours
>Hendrik Visage
>#include <Standard/Disclaimer>
>Vector Customer Support
>+27 11 315 4330



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1. Mailing to multiple people without each person seeing a list of all

I send a daily mailing out to approximately 10 people from my account.
If I have the names in a file foo.bar, is there any way to send a message
to each person in the list, *independently*, with a single command?

One option is obviously to

  mv foo.bar .forward

and mail myself.  But this is no good; mail might come in, and get bounced
where I don't want it.

Another option suggested to me was

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but every individual recipient gets a list of all recipients, which
is not what I want.  I'd like the equivalent of



     ...

rather than


Is there any easy way to do this?

(Email preferred.)

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