Printing the BCC address in Outlook 2000

Would be most grateful for any assistance regarding printing in Outlook 2000. I would like to be able to print out the Blind Copy address field (BCC) but on any printout only the To and cc addressees are printed. Cannot seem to find any option within Outlook that covers this if indeed it is possible.

Many thanks
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Are you planning to print BCC address from the email you receive. Ofcourse you wont know that


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According to this you cannot print;en-us;186690

Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Hi icampbell,
Sunray is correct, BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) is called that because its stripped from the mail header so recipients dont know the BCC addressee.

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yeah that was my first impression that it wont be possible to print.. Then got that MS article as proof..

Anyway thanks for supporting

icampbellAuthor Commented:
Hi PeteLong/Sunray

thanks for response. It was purely for the originator of the message to print out the Outlook message he sent which has a bcc address for filing purposes.
Best Rgds
According to the article , he cannot do that for security reasons..

OMG, Are you still not convinced.. Do you want more proof ?? we would be happy to assist more ..

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