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[REBOL] email object

From: chalz:earthlink at: 9-Sep-2002 22:54

I have a little question. If I were to copy system/standard/email into a new email message, and set all of the headers in there, including the To: field, can I send that object without specifying who it's to on the command line? Ie, can I "send msg" rather than "send who msg"? I'm looking at REBOL FOR DUMMIES, and I get this section (pg318): You can fill in any of these header categories by using the /header refinement to the send function.
Here's an example:
>> send/header [ralph--abooks--com] "testing" make
system/standard/email [from: [ralph--abooks--com] subject: "a unique subject line"] I would like to be able to do something like: msg: make system/standard/email [] msg/to: [someone--somewhere--com] msg/cc: [another--somewhere--com] msg/from: system/user/email msg/subject: "A subject line" msg/content: {Here's some content} And then send that object without manually opening a port. Is there some intermediary function, something between 'send' and 'open smtp://'? Thanks. --Charles