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I have multiple e-mail accounts and I organize my e-mail partly by the e-mail account it was sent to. However, for e-mails I received that I was bcc'd Outlook doesn't by default show the account the e-mail was sent to and won't organize the e-mail properly. I can't even find a way to view the header to see the account. I have to use my web e-mail client to view the header to see the account. Is there a way to get Outlook to organize these e-mails?
i once sent the same email to multiple companies and put all their emails in the BCC so the second day they phoned me and asked if i accidentally sent it to those companies and when they replied it showed that all the other email addresses where revealed . how come they can????
How do I view the list of bcc: addressees on my copy of my SENT email?
Wud like to know how to see the BCC in recieved mails from one particular person as I think that person is playing up I am sure there is a way to find out
Have you tried Reply All... not that you would reply to all, you just want to check who was Bcc'd. Look in the TO: line for new / suspect emails. It works for me using Outlook. If the Bcc'd is a group... then it's a no go. You may uncover the group name such as Sales Team West... and that's it. Have a colleague send you an email with a Bcc and then see if the Reply All works for you.
Do spammer's use BCC? I get a lot of emails from addresses other then mine that are spam? How does the receiving mail server know where to deliver the mail if the BCC is stripped from the sending server?
If i select reply to all than does it goes to BCC recipients also ?
can the IT personal find out who was bcc'd on an email?
Here's a little twist. In Outlook 2003, you could set up a rule for a message to behave a certain way depending on whether the message was sent only to you, and this would let you determine if a message was Bcc'd or not, even though you couldn't see the recipients. With Outlook 2007, there doesn't seem to be a way to do that directly.
Is there a way you can think of to simply determine whether the Bcc field was empty or not? Or in other words, determine if you're the only recipient in the message?
How do I view the list of bcc recipients on a email I sent out? I want to check to see who I sent the email to.
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