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What is undisclosed recipient and how can you perform this when sending an email


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07-Jan-2005, 08:44 PM #1
Question What is undisclosed recipient and how can you perform this when sending an email
I have received emails that say "undisclosed recipients:. What exactly does this mean.
Is there a procedure whereby you do not show the names or emails addresses when sending something to several people?

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07-Jan-2005, 09:10 PM #2
If you are using Outlook express, you can send one or several emails to one or several people by using the Bcc line. It will appear to the recipient as "undisclosed recipient."
Click on "Create Mail". When the message window opens, click on View -All Headers - You will see To: Cc: and Bcc. Anything you place on the Bcc line will appear as "undisclosed recipient" to the person receiving the email.
If you wish to send the same email to many people, you can create a group--that that is another subject.
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