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I am using wp_mail to send an email to multiple recipients.

my mail function looks like this:

wp_mail($group_emails, 'my subject', 'my message', $headers);

$group_emails is an array of email address's and gets outputed like this:

$group_emails = Array ( [0] => ceri@test.com [1] => craigj@test.com [2] => danyob@test.com [3] => geoffh@test.com [4] => ianc@test.com [5] => mark.butcher@test.com [6] => mickh@test.com [7] => mike@test.com [8] => stephd@test.com [9] => stuartj@test.com )

For some reason the email does not get sent to the above emails? If i remove the multiple recipients and just put a single email address, it works fine!

Any suggestions?

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There are multiple ways of doing this.

You can consider any of the following.

1.My preferred:

foreach($group_emails as $email_address)
{
   wp_mail($email_address, 'my subject', 'my message', $headers);
}

2.Another way

Define the array as follows.

$group_emails = array('ceri@test.com', 'craigj@test.com', 'danyob@test.com', 'geoffh@test.com', 'ianc@test.com', 'mark.butcher@test.com', 'mickh@test.com', 'mike@test.com', 'stephd@test.com', 'stuartj@test.com' );

And then try your regular procedure:

wp_mail($group_emails, 'my subject', 'my message', $headers);

I am not sure about the second way. But the first way will work for sure.

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I want to add to what @Rohit has said, you can also send multiple recipients as a comma-separated string.

From the Codex

<?php wp_mail( $to, $subject, $message, $headers, $attachments ); ?> 

Parameters

$to (string or array) (required) The intended recipient(s). Multiple recipients may be specified using an array or a comma-separated string.

Default: None

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