Yes, you can send the same mail message to up to 100 people at one time. A few tips:
- To send your message to more than one person, add additional email addresses in the To:, Cc:, and/or Bcc: fields separated by commas (for example, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org). (If you compose mail using a POP mail application instead of Yahoo!, check your client's address delimiter; some programs require you to separate addresses with semicolons instead of commas.)
- If you don't enter valid email addresses, or if you don't use the proper punctuation to separate your recipients' addresses, your message won't be sent. If you are using Yahoo!, you'll see the message, "Unfortunately, there was a problem: There is a syntax error in your "To, Cc or Bcc" field...." (your POP client may display a different error).
- Before sending your message, make sure that you use fully qualified email addresses (such as email@example.com). You should also make sure you have properly separated your addresses, and that your addresses do not contain invalid characters such as additional brackets ("< >") at the beginning or end of any of the addresses (like <firstname.lastname@example.org>).
Note: Sending unsolicited mail, or spam, is a violation of the Yahoo! Terms of Service and will not be tolerated.