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Problem with sending single e-mail to many ids at a time

hi gurus,

My requirement is to send a single e-mail to many users in TO and COPY.

The problem is the e-mails are going to each user as a separate new mail.

I used the below code to send e-mail to multiple users.

LOOP AT gt_emailid.

gt_receivers-receiver = gt_emailid-id.

gt_receivers-rec_type = 'U'.

gt_receivers-express = c_marked.

gt_receivers-com_type = 'INT'.

gt_receivers-notif_del = c_marked.

gt_receivers-notif_ndel = c_marked.

gt_receivers-copy = gt_emailid-cc.

APPEND gt_receivers.




document_data = wa_doc_data

put_in_outbox = c_marked

commit_work = 'X'


sent_to_all = gv_sent_all


packing_list = gt_packing_list

contents_bin = gt_attachment

contents_txt = p_message

receivers = gt_receivers


too_many_receivers = 1

document_not_sent = 2

document_type_not_exist = 3

operation_no_authorization = 4

parameter_error = 5

x_error = 6

enqueue_error = 7


please suggest any solution for this.


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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 05:26 AM



    (In 4.6C only, You can go to SE37 and click the documentation on how to use it. A sample program is provided there.)

    Send new document with attachments via RFC

    Note : If you are using FM SO_NEW_DOCUMENT_ATT_SEND_API1 then Export Parameter DOCUMENT_DATA-OBJ_DESCR contains the Subject.


    Send new document

    Also have a look below links for sample code:

    I hope it helps.



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