ActionMailer not having to render message for each recipient

Hi,

I was wondering if there was a way for actionmailer to not have to
render a new email message and send it seperately for each user when
everything stays the same except for one or two things.

Hi,

Le 14 mai 07, à 23:00, Aryk G. a écrit :

I was wondering if there was a way for actionmailer to not have to
render a new email message and send it seperately for each user when
everything stays the same except for one or two things.

Same purpose. I tried:

   tmail = Mailing.create_mailing( {
     :subject => @title,
     :body => @content_html} )

   test_emails.each do |dest|
     tmail.to = dest
     Mailing.deliver(tmail)
   end

Works, except that the first mail in test_emails never receives the
mail :confused:

Jean-Christophe M.

symetrie.com

Better Nested Set for rails:
http://opensource.symetrie.com/trac/better_nested_set

Interesting, isn’t this the same as having an array for the recipients?

What I am saying is what if the body of the email says like “Dear
, Hows it going?” but all you wanted to do is change the name
between emails. How would we do that?

Jean-Christophe M. wrote:

Hi,

Le 14 mai 07, � 23:00, Aryk G. a �crit :

I was wondering if there was a way for actionmailer to not have to
render a new email message and send it seperately for each user when
everything stays the same except for one or two things.

Same purpose. I tried:

   tmail = Mailing.create_mailing( {
     :subject => @title,
     :body => @content_html} )

   test_emails.each do |dest|
     tmail.to = dest
     Mailing.deliver(tmail)
   end

Works, except that the first mail in test_emails never receives the
mail :confused:

Jean-Christophe M.

symetrie.com

Better Nested Set for rails:
http://opensource.symetrie.com/trac/better_nested_set

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