Thanks, Jason - your tlb looks exactly what I was hoping someone had
written - I'll take a look.
>From: Jason L Tibbitts III[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: 31 December 1996 16:51
>To: Peter Bowyer
>Subject: Re: Change of circumstances
>>>>>> "PB" == Peter Bowyer <email@example.com> writes:
>PB> Can anyone suggetshow I can either configure sendmail (currently
>PB> but happy to upgrade if it helps) to send just one mail with all
>PB> recpients (this breaks an RFC, I'm certain);
>It doesn't break any RFC; there aren't supposed to be limits on any
>an SMTP transactions. The minimum allowed lower limit is I think 100
>RCPT's per envelope, I think. qmail probably doesn't have a limit.
>PB> is there a preprocessor which would help (a bit like bulk_mailer
>PB> the opposite :-), or should I be looking at some other MTA than
>PB> sendmail for this?
>Actually there is a preprocessor that will do this (TLB from
>ftp.hpc.uh.edu:/pub/tlb) but I think it's way overkill for what you
>do. It will send the whole thing in one transaction if that's what you
>As for Sendmail configuration, I don't see any mention of this in the
>manual and a quick search of the source doesn't turn up anything
>meaningful. How about asking the gurus in comp.mail.sendmail?
> - J<