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Sending Messages to Multiple Destination Examples

The following examples show how the sending application can send messages to multiple destination queues using distribution lists, multicast addresses, and multiple-element format names. For more information on sending messages to multiple destinations, see Multiple-Destination Messaging.

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Sending messages using distribution lists

C/C++ Code Example: Sending Messages Using Distribution Lists

Visual Basic Code Example: Sending Messages Using Distribution Lists

Sending messages using multicast addresses

C/C++ Code Example: Sending Messages Using Multicast Addressess

Visual Basic Code Example: Sending Messages Using Multicast Addresses

Sending messages using multiple-element format names

C/C++ Code Example: Sending Messages Using Multiple-Element Format Names

C/C++ COM Code Example: Sending Messages Using Multiple-Element Format Names

Visual Basic Code Example: Sending Messages Using Multiple-Element Format Names

Creating an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) distribution list

Visual Basic Code Example: Creating an Active Directory Domain Services Distribution List

Adding a public queue to a distribution list

Visual Basic Code Example: Adding a Public Queue to a Distribution List

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