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Old 01-01-2005, 05:26 PM   #1
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mail -c -b Help Request.....


HellO..
when using the mail command how to redirect a file to the -c or -b
options instead of handwriting a mail list comma separated ..?
e.g


$ mail yourname@yourdomain -c <e-mailz> <message>
$ OR -b <e-mailz> <message>

Another Question

-do the mail command copy the message to the whole list locally first
-then send the mail..???
-mean is it different than sending it to each <e-mail@address> by -itself...

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