@rahul.lakshmanan

I’m away from my computer with Studio on it, but I can outline what you need to do.

First, create a list or array with all of your email addresses in it. For your example above, let’s call it `emailList`

and it’s size is 5.

Then, you’ll need a **ForEach** looping over `Directory.GetFiles(your_directory,"*.xlsx")`

. Create a variable named `i`

or `index`

and use that in the *Index* parameter of the ForEach.

Now it’s time for some math. We’re going to use the mod operator, which returns the remainder of a division operation. Inside the ForEach you’ll need to address the current file to `index mod emailList.Size`

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Here’s a breakdown of how the math works:

index = 0, 0 mod 5 = 0 -> send email to emailList[0]

index = 1, 1 mod 5 = 1 -> send email to emailList[1]

index = 2, 2 mod 5 = 2 -> send email to emailList[2]

index = 3, 3 mod 5 = 3 -> send email to emailList[3]

index = 4, 4 mod 5 = 4 -> send email to emailList[4]

index = 5, 5 mod 5 = 0 -> send email to emailList[0]

**Here we can see that once the index gets large enough it will wrap back around and send to the first email address.**

This continues to evenly disperse the emails through all of the addresses. The extra files 61, 62, and 63 will go to emailList[0], [1], and [2]. Then the ForEach loop will end.