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Acrobat Professional Submit Button—multiple email addresses


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In an interactive pdf, Submit button:

How do you write the "Enter a URL for this link:" line to submit a document to multiple email addresses? Our client is on a PC. I thought it would just be "mailto:emailaddress1@yahoo.com; emailaddress2@yahoo.com" or seperated by a comma, but he received an error.

Is there a way to type it that is both PC and MAC friendly???
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