Using "mailx" command to read "to" and "cc" email addreses from input file


 
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Using "mailx" command to read "to" and "cc" email addreses from input file

How to use "mailx" command to do e-mail reading the input file containing email address, where column 1 has name and column 2 containing “To” e-mail address
and column 3 contains “cc” e-mail address to include with same email.

Sample input file, email.txt
Below is an sample code where above is working but there is no column 3 of "cc" email addresses.
Building upon this I like include “cc” email address. Thanks in advance!

Code:
awk '
NR == FNR {
A[$1] += $3
next
}
{
E[$1] = $2
}
END {
for ( k in A )
{
if ( A[k] > 25 )
{
cmd = "echo message body | mailx -s 'subject' " E[k]
system ( cmd )
}
}
}
' input.txt email.txt

# 2  
Maybe change E[$1] = $2 to E[$1] = $2 " -c " $3
Keep the spaces around the " -c "
# 3  
Perfect! It worked. Thank you
 

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