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masking group emails

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by cliffk, Jan 30, 2003.

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  1. cliffk

    cliffk Thread Starter

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    I use Outlook Express 6 and I would like to mask the identity of several email addresses in a group folder within my address book. The result would be that everyone who receives the email within the group would not know the identity of any other email recipients besides themselves.

    Does anyone know how I can do this?

    Thanks in advance. Cliff.
     
  2. Huon

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    The answer is to use BCC (blind carbon copy) to the group, choose one person for the first e-mail, and the rest BCC.
     
  3. cliffk

    cliffk Thread Starter

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    Thanks for reminding me about bcc. In fact, I found that I can put 'all' email addresses in the bcc window only, and when this is done, each person only sees the words 'undisclosed recipients' in the 'To:' window.

    Thanks again.

    Cliff
     
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