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Outlook 98 - Sent Items View

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I'm using Outlook 98 w/Exchange 5.  After I send a message that may contain a name(s) in the bcc field, if I need to go back and check my message for recipients in the sent items folder, I'd like to be able to see the bcc (if any).  I can't seem to accomplish this.  I can't seem to customize the view of an open message to include the bcc field.  Is it not possible?  Any assistance is appreciated.

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What SP is Exchange running?

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BCC recipients are not visible in an Outlook client's Sent Items folder when the sender's mailbox resides on an Exchange Server 4.0 computer.

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This is the original behavior in Exchange Server 4.0 and is by design. The new behavior and functionality (visible BCC recipients in the Sent Items folder) was introduced in Exchange Server 5.0 Service Pack 2. No change will be made for Exchange Server version 4.0.
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Thanks Traval.  That was it.  A few weeks ago, we had not applied SP2 and our users were unable to see the bcc in sent items.  However, recently we applied SP2 and now it works like a charm.  Thanks for your expertise and here's a well deserved A-Excellent!

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Vickala
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