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Re: Just can sent only ONE mail every time.

by ikegami (Patriarch)
on Aug 28, 2007 at 03:18 UTC ( #635479=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Just can sent only ONE mail every time.

quit ends the connection according to the docs. You probably have to create a new Net::SMTP object for every email. (Each email can have more than one recipient, though.)

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Re^2: Just can sent only ONE mail every time.
by pysome (Scribe) on Aug 28, 2007 at 03:26 UTC
    Thanks. But if i put the new Net::SMTP in sub sendMail.It means every list will be connect the mail server once,it's so time-consuming.
    Do you some other method.Or how to organise the "order" ?Thanks again
      Did you check if SMTP (or the version on which Net::SMTP is based) can send more than one message per connection? Even HTTP wasn't able to do so originally. At a glance, it doesn't look like SMTP can either.
        Fixed! Thanks everybody.
        I only add a sub "over" and comment the sub "quit" in sendMail :
        sub over { $self = @_; $self->{SMTP}->quit;

        Then i add the sub in end of my

        ... use MySMTP; $mail = new MySMTP(); my @lists = $mail->get_list(); for my $addr (@list) { $mail->sendMail($addr,"how are you"); } $mail->over(); ## Add here

      Why not simply pass the list of addresses in and send the one email to multiple recipients using either TO or BCC addressing?

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