Blocking the e-mail addresses of recipients when sending to multip

Posted: 01-07-2008, 09:30 AM
I often send an e-mail to multiple recipients. I dont want them to see to
whom I have sent it also, just that specific recipient's name must appear in
the "To:" subject
.. How do I set it up in Outlook express and in Office Outlook. Please help!
W.Vosloo

Blocking the e-mail addresses of recipients when sending to multip


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DC187
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Re: Blocking the e-mail addresses of recipients when sending to multip
Posted: 01-07-2008, 12:45 PM

You want to BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) your recipients.

To do this in Outlook 2007 open a new message, click options then click
Show BCC
In Office 2003 Click the view button then BCC


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Re: Blocking the e-mail addresses of recipients when sending to multip
Posted: 01-07-2008, 05:37 PM
Normal way is to send it to: yourself, BCC to everyone else. That doesn't
answer your question on how to have the recipients name in the to:.
I believe that is not possible in Vista mail. You will not be able to use
Outlook Express in Vista. If you want help with Outlook Express try a XP
news group. (I am pretty sure that OE also will not do what you want). I
have no experience with Outlook, hopefully someone can let you know if it
will do what you want. I suspect you will need a third party program for
this.

Michael
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"dotty" <dotty@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:F2D67A51-E127-482B-A3FC-C19141389E09@microsoft.com...
> I often send an e-mail to multiple recipients. I dont want them to see to
> whom I have sent it also, just that specific recipient's name must appear
> in
> the "To:" subject
> . How do I set it up in Outlook express and in Office Outlook. Please
> help!
> W.Vosloo
Ken Blake, MVP
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Re: Blocking the e-mail addresses of recipients when sending to multip
Posted: 01-07-2008, 09:11 PM
On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 01:30:00 -0800, dotty
<dotty@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> I often send an e-mail to multiple recipients. I dont want them to see to
> whom I have sent it also, just that specific recipient's name must appear in
> the "To:" subject
> . How do I set it up in Outlook express and in Office Outlook. Please help!


The normal way to do this, in *any* E-mail client, is to send the
message to yourself, and include the list of recipients in the BCC
(blind carbon copy) field.


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