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I see in the wallet RPC documentation that the transfer command can take the account_index and subaddr_indices arguments. Are these optional? What happens if these are not specified? Can the transfer command send Moneroj from multiple accounts and/or subaddresses on the same wallet?

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To my understanding, if not specified, account_index will default to 0, while subaddr_indices will allow the wallet to use outputs from specified sub-address indexes as inputs. If you specify multiple subaddr_indices, you restrain the wallet to only pick from those. But it will depend on the outputs available and the amount you want to transfer. It could pick one from one subaddresses, or more from the same or from other subaddresses. However, you cannot send from multiple accounts at the same time.

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  • You are correct. They are both optional.
    – jtgrassie
    Sep 8, 2018 at 12:59
  • Thank you both. I asked because the API docs do not indicate these arguments as optional, while other arguments are indeed marked optional.
    – alexg
    Sep 8, 2018 at 13:20
  • The upcoming refresh of this doc will indicate it's optional. Sep 9, 2018 at 13:03
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According to the Subaddress documentation:

Thus, a single transaction can - in principle - aggregate and spend outputs from multiple addresses (and by extension from multiple accounts). The CLI or GUI wallet may not directly support creating such transactions for simplicity.

It seems that at the present moment, neither the Monero GUI/RPC/CLI wallets implement the ability to transfer from multiple addresses.

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