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Posted By:   Andrew_Postoyanets
Posted On:   Tuesday, April 30, 2002 01:27 PM

Our program sends "bulk mail" - intra-organization announcement. Let's say, a message is created, headers are set, changes are saved (The message has one TO recipient, which is a "dummy" address). There is also an array of addresses, addressList , where the message should be sent to. The following: transport.sendMessage (message, addressList); works fine when an email is being sent outside the organization, to YAHOO, AOL etc. addresses. However, when it's sent within the company, "Too many recipients" message comes back from the server and message is partially delivered! We use Sun's J   More>>

Our program sends "bulk mail" - intra-organization announcement.


Let's say, a message is created, headers are set, changes are saved (The message has one TO recipient, which is a "dummy" address).


There is also an array of addresses, addressList , where the message should be sent to.


The following:

			
transport.sendMessage (message, addressList);


works fine when an email is being sent outside the organization, to YAHOO, AOL etc. addresses.


However, when it's sent within the company, "Too many recipients" message comes back from the server and message is partially delivered!


We use Sun's JavaMail implementation. I believe that when Transport.sendMessage (Message, Address[]) is used, the recipients are included "to the message envelope", not to its headers. Has anybody come up with the same situation before?


Thank you.

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