How to add email addresses in SendCustomEmail

Hello everyone!
I'm using script runner and "Send a custom email" listener.I want to add (automatically) emails in "" field.
I think, the solution is to use custom groovy script which can call this listener and add emails in that field.
I have some questions:
How can I call this listener? and How can I add emails in that field?

Sorry for my bad language.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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If you want to dynamically change the recipients, you should send it to the value of a user or multiuser custom field, and you set the value of that to a user or list of users.

So "To Addresses" is for email addresses, "To Fields" is for using fields to govern the recipients.

Hi Jamie, thanks for the answer. Can you provide some guidance how to do it better? I tried to get watchers: watcherManager.getCurrentWatcherUsernames(issue); and then get email addresses via watcherUser.getEmailAddress(); It works, but it only a half of work:) How can I add these email addresses? Explain me please. I also tried to create some custom groovy for sending email: Email email = new Email(emailTo); email.setSubject(subject); email.setBody(content); mailServer.send(email); But I don't know how to add files like your "Send a custom email" listener.

I understood all. thank you. Solved.

or I need a custom listener with the same functions: add attachments and html format.

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