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Outlook sending to multiple email addresses delimiter

  • 28 April 2021
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Hello.

How can I send emails via Outlook to a list of recipients without having to enter each email individually in the ‘To Email(s)’ box?

I have tried comma’s, semicolons, quotation marks, double and single, with and without spaces, etc. For example:

“email1”,”email2”

email1, email2

None of it works. It would save me sooooo much time if I can send it to a list of people. 

 

Any ideas? 

Thank you!

Roelie

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Best answer by GetUWired 28 April 2021, 14:41

There is no specific delimiter that I am aware of. However, you can use a formatter by Zapier step > Utilities > Text to Line Item. 

 

Enter in the list of email addresses which will output an array that can be put into the send email step. 

 

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There is no specific delimiter that I am aware of. However, you can use a formatter by Zapier step > Utilities > Text to Line Item. 

 

Enter in the list of email addresses which will output an array that can be put into the send email step. 

 

Userlevel 1

Oh this is great, thank you so much! 

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@RoelieH, you might want to check out Looping by Zapier as well. 

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