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Thanks for the reply. One thing I noticed is that the email program I am using is actually Outlook 2000 (even the icon is Outlook icon), the title of the program is Outlook but the menu and functions belong to those in Outlook Express! Is that possible? It seems that the 2 programs integrated with each other...
No, the two didn't integrate. They're quite different :-). But if you are in fact using Outlook 2000, then that does explain that we're seeing the same thing.
What I usually do is create a group and drop your email address in there. call that group undisclosed recipients:
create another group with names and send email, undisclos* in To field and the other name in bcc, or the list of names in bcc field.. everyone just sees undisclosed-recipients.
Thank you very kindly for the information! I have searched and searched and realized that I should go to.......google.com! And, it was very easy to find! It answered all my questions.
Thank you very kindly!
how do we disclose the addresses which are there in Bcc??
can anybody help me on this
If you mean you want to see the BCC line on a message you've *received*, you cannot. That's the whole point of BCC.
Please can u tell me how to configure undisclosed receipients in TO ,Bcc and Cc bar of my INTERNET ACCOUNT such as yahoo and rediff. i am not getting the right way to configure this.
I don't think Yahoo supports BCC, and I'm not familiar with rediff at all.
In general web-based mail services often don't support BCC.
Your tips are really great. i actually logged on to see how to get "UNDISCLOSED RECIPIENTS" and your site was very handy.
Basically what I could gather was that you need to dump all the address in the Bcc field.Am I correct?? If yes,then there is no necessity for the To and Cc field.
How do i remove it from view??
That depends on your email client, but in general there's often no way to remove To: and Cc: fields.
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