This article describes how email messages are sent depending on the delimited used in an email address list.


A document has an email delivery. The email recipient list is derived from a data source.The data source returns one or more rows where multiple, delimited email addresses are returned per row. When a row returns multiple, delimited addresses, how the addresses are handled depends on the delimiter used.


The data source returns a row containing the following:;

This will result in two separate email messages, one addressed to and one addressed to


The data source returns a row containing the following:,

This will result in one email message addressed TO,

Email Grouping

By default, if a burst produces multiple email messages for a single email recipient, those messages will be grouped into one message. If an email message from one delivery is addressed to and another is addressed to,, then these messages will not be grouped as the second recipient is,

See Also

Destinations (Email Inbox)

Intelligent Email Delivery