It might be that I'm missing something but

 '#{em}'

just looks wrong. Try

 "#{em}"

so it gets evaled.

but of course

 "#{em}"

is equiv to

 em

g phil


On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 11:50:52AM +0900, Brantley Shields wrote:
> Anyone have any idea of a quick solution?
> 
> I've tried using:
> 
> Net::SMTP.start('linus.xxxxxx.edu') do |smtp|
>      smtp.send_message myMessage,
>     'hpualumni / xxxx.edu', '#{em}'
> end
> 
> and lots other options. I just need to know how I can store the email 
> address so that I can send the string or whatever. Thanks.
> 
> 
> Brantley