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How do you know who's been "bcc"

When someone sends you a email through MS outlook. Is there any way to determine if there was anybody copied through the "bcc" message recipents field?
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bmello
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bmello
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NickBentleyCommented:
I don't think so, unless someone knows of a vbscript way of querying the header.
This is the whole point of BCCs !
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jg733Commented:
no
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arabmanCommented:
No Way
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kschangCommented:
No way, unless you're using older versions of Outlook (MS somehow displayed the BCC recipients as a bug, fixed in the patches)
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