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Re: [tdf-discuss] Mail Merge to Email in Writer


Hi Gordon, *,

On 13/04/2012 12:46, Marc-André Laverdière wrote:

One of the concerns I have, though, is in terms of usability... would
asking the default mail client to handle thousands of emails make the
client freeze? Would it be automated nicely, so that the user doesn't
have to click on 'send' until their fingers fall off?

Or what about users doing their email via web account only?

I don't have the answer to those questions... I am just giving my two
cents.

I don't think that's going to be a problem - anyone who is sending
that sort of bulk email is going to be using a commercial bulk email
program....

That sounds as if You are an expert on how to remote control an
arbitrary mail client. Is there a standardized api for that?

To solve Your problem of having records: how about putting yourself into
BCC? This is what basically does your mail client for the local copy.

Gruß/regards
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