Undisclosed recipients

How do i set up a distribution list in Outlook so that the recipients can't see who has been sent the email... i.e i want to set up a list called Shareholders and when it arrives the recipient should just see the name of the distrubution list, not its members

I don't want to do this through BCC; thanks
lz7cjcAsked:
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michkoCommented:
What's wrong with doing this through BCC?

Here's links to instructions on how to set up, all using BCC though:
http://en.allexperts.com/q/Microsoft-Outlook-1541/distribution-lists-Outlook-2002.htm

http://email.about.com/od/outlooktips/qt/et_undisclosed.htm
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war1Commented:
lz7cjc,

There is no way to hide the addresses without using the BCC field.   Also, put an address in To field, or many email servers will put Undisclosed-Recipients on To field. Spam filters key on that work and put such email in Spam folder.
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lz7cjcAuthor Commented:
ok thanks - was hoping there was a more elegant way to do it but not to worry
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