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I've installed the Invite module. I see that there is an extra block that you can active. When you do this you will see a block like this on your page:

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But I would like to have this field on my user/edit page. And make sure that they can enter multiple e-mail addresses separated by , .

But how can I do this?

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    You'd need to alter the module code presumably - could you share what you've tried please?
    – Clive
    May 13 '14 at 13:35
  • @Clive mail() already accepts comma-separated addresses, and as far as I know Drupal by default uses it. So maybe no alteration is possible, and simply setting block to display on user/*/edit would be enough?
    – Mołot
    May 13 '14 at 13:38
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    @Mołot Yep Drupal does accept comma-sep'd emails to drupal_mail. We need to know what the OP has tried though for obvious reasons
    – Clive
    May 13 '14 at 13:48
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You question consists of actually 2 questions:

  1. ... have this field on my user/edit page.
  2. ... enter multiple e-mail addresses separated by , .

To answer the 2nd question (= ... enter multiple e-mail addresses separated by , ), have a look at the issue about Multiple emails support for Invite form. The patch contained in comment nr 5 of it can be used to create a new invite entity for each email address. Attention: it seems that this patch still needs to be rerolled for the latest dev version (which is also what explains the "needs work" status of this issue).

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