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I want that email reply should be received at multiple email address. But it is not working for me. I have tried different ways but none of these working for me. I am trying this header but it is only replying to the last email address.

$to = "recipientemail@address.com"; 
$subject = "my email subject";
$message = "my email message";
$headers = array();
$headers []= "MIME-Version: 1.0\r\n";
$headers []= "Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8\r\n";
$headers []= "Reply-To:  <" . $EmailAddress1 . "> <" . $EmailAddressss2 . ">" . "\r\n" ;
wp_mail($to, $subject, $message, $headers); 

I have tried without braces as well but this one is also not working

$headers []= "Reply-To: 1st@address.com,2nd@address.com\r\n";

I do not have much idea about this so little guidance about this will be much appreciated. Thank you!

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Unfortunately this is not possible, not because WordPress does not support it, but because email does not support it. There is no way to specify multiple Reply To: addresses in an Email. If you did, it would be stripped out by mail servers as invalid.

Instead, consider using a mailing list and use the mailing lists address as the reply to field

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    Thank you for your guidance. I will try mailing list now. – wplearner Feb 17 '18 at 13:51

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