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    Yes, type a comma after each one:
    John <>,Mark <>



    Sorry, the code above will not work for you.

    If you want the user to type in the emails and then resend emails you need to change the CF7 object’s recipient like this:

    $WPCF7_ContactForm->mail['recipient'] = ",,,,,";

    Here’s a more detailed explanation on how to create your plugin and add your custom code (you’ll need to know a bit of PHP): Creating a WordPress plugin



    There’s an easier way to do it from inside of a form without having to go into the PHP and change the CF7 object.

    In the Form section when you’re creating a form, simply create 5 email elements as follows:


    Then in the To line, add them in as follows:


    When your form is rendered on your page, you’ll have five email fields that the end-user must fill out. Whatever values the end-user types into those fields populates the To: line and those five people get copies of the form being submitted.

    I can not figure out how to send the submittion to me and my business partner. I tried everything possible:

    first i tried this: John <>,Mark <>
    and this: John <>, Mark <>
    and this:,

    I get the message sent to only the first email address (mark) like this:
    from: b via

    Any ideas?

    @ jtrd39 – All of the formats you have used should work – they just need to be comma separated.

    See for some other possible issues.

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