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Send attachments to some mail recipients but not others

Is there any way to send message attachments to only some of the recipients of an e-mail?

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  • redwolf7782 Apr 02, 2008

    My goal is to send a single e-mail to multiple recipients with only some of the recipients receiving the attachments. Otherwise, when someone sends a reply all message back with comments, I have to re-send the reply to those who didn't get the original message (either with or without attachments).

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I think not.

First send email to everyone with everything everyone needs to know, then another to the ones who need files. OR emails to people who dont need attachments and spesific emails to those who need attachments.

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