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please,tell me ,how i do hide my email addres
on my sent masegess? i wornt to hide it from my sent masseges.
You can try the technique's here: http://ask-leo.com/archives/000097.html but it's difficult (and some would say unethical) to *completely* hide your from address. There are anonymous email services out there, if that's what you're looking for. Try googling for that if so.
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You probably already know this, but what should a
person do to send a BCC if their e-mail doesn't
show BCC in the TO field? ANSWER: Usually your
e-mail will have a CC blank. In this space, list
the outgoing e-mails with a parenthesis "("
before the first and a ")" after the last e-mail.
I learned this when I had an account with JUNO.
Their outgoing mail has no BCC.
ALSO, when attempting to send e-mail to
UNDISCLOSED-RECIPIENTS, many e-mails REQUIRE a
domain. Thusly, you must address the e-mail to
UNDISCLOSED-RECIPIENTS@yahoo.com, or the domain
you are e-mailing from. Naturally, you'll get a
'unknown' e-mail back saying it couldn't be
delivered. However, all of the 'OTHER' e-mails
will be delivered.
Keep others from knowing who SENT the e-mail?
The solution to a personalized message without a long Cc list is to use a mail merge program like PC iMail (http://www.prosoftapps.com/pcimail). It will let you add mail merge fields such as "Dear [FirstName]" and will insert each recipient's name in the message, and it will also send the message individually to each recipient for a personalized touch.
The other issue these days is the limitations many ISPs place on the number of messages that can be sent in a given time period. My ISP limits me to 25 messages per minute, and so PC iMail's time delay feature helps out by letting me specify the number of messages that will be sent for a given time interval (e.g. Send 20 messages every 60 seconds).
Great tip, I found this site that obscures you email address using CATCHA. http://www.emailcover.com
had the same question as someone before:
I would like to know if there is any trick in Outlook to Hide my e-mail address once I send an e-mail from my outlook.
If there is such a feature I would also like to know if instead of my e-mail it would be possible to appear "Customer Services" or something like that.
Thank you very much for your answers and tips!
Posted by: Oriol at February 21, 2006 12:42 PM "
is there a solution for this?
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Yes and no.
You can change the "From:" address on email you send. This article covers that:
However that does not *hide* you. Your actual email address may still be in
the mail headers, as may be the IP address from which you're sending email.
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How do I see who I've sent an email to once it's been sent bcc? Want to check and be sure I didn't already send it. Thanks.
If Outlook Express try: Ctrl F3 keys at same time
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