Using syntax from, found by googling mailto:
MailTo with Multiple Recipients
Before posting, please try it out on one of your reports and post. The syntax you mentioned doesn't work.
Just saw this example as well, haven't tried it though so no guarantees:
<a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com">Email Us</a>
This example implies that there can only be one primary mailto recipient and the place to specify multiple additional recipients, separated by commas, is in the 'cc' area.
I beg to differ, the trouble with mailto "features" is that they are dependant on the default email program you have defined on your workstation. I use Outlook 2003 and find that substituting the semi colon for the comma allows Alt-K to resolve this example, while Outlook Express automatically changes the comma to a semi colon after Alt-K.
The Example syntax is cited on the link I provided and found by googling.
It does work in HTML, but not in a report. Like I've said in my original post, it just removes the hyperlink alltogether when I have a , or ; after mailto: (except when doing CC).
If you have an .rdl that works with mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com etc please share.
PS: Yes I'm using Outlook 2003 as well if it matters. (It doesn't in my case, because the hyperlink is not even clickable, so it doesn't go to the e-mail client)