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How to send email to the user group in a desktop report

How to send email to the user group in a desktop report

How to send email to the user group in a desktop report

Hi all,

This is a situation that I have never come across. I have a report in the following format...

First Name | Last Name | Email |

Now, I have to send email to all the users in the above list. The above list may have 100 users today and may have 500 users tomorrow. I will definitely have the emails of all users.

Basically my question is, when I create a service in NC how to define the service so that it uses the report's email list as its subscription set. Do I have to create a seperate Information Transmitter Module which will be configured to have dynamic subscription set? Then do i have to create seperate devices for this ITM OR can I create one Generic Email Client that sends email to yahoo, hotmail, outlook, aol etc...?

Please give me a starting direction on this. Thank you.

- Leo

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