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>> David Levine <levinedl@...> writes:
>> >mhmail [addrs ...] [-attach file] [-body text] [-cc addrs ...]
>> >[-from addr] [-header-field name:body] [-subject subject]
>> >[switches for post ... | -profile [switches for send ...]]
>> >[-resent] [-send | -nosend] [-version] [-help]
>> >There can be multiple -attach and -header-field switches.
>> Also multiple -cc fields?
>Yes. As before, there can be multiple cc addresses, either
>in separate -cc switches or together. So this:
>recip1 -cc recip2 recip3 -cc recip4
>Cc: recip2, recip3, recip4
>There can be intervening switches between addresses. To
>avoid confusion, -attach and -header-field each require
>exactly one argument (whoops, that needs to be enforced).
>So they can appear multiple times.
>An address goes to Cc: if -cc has appeared anywhere on the
>command line before it, To: if not. Again, that behavior
>has been retained from compiled mhmail.
Had I realized that, I would have suggested a, sometimes but always, redundant, -to switch.