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My received emails do not show who else was copied.

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My received emails do not show who else was copied on them.  This use to happen and all of a sudden it does not.  What can I select to make this work again.  I need to know who else is being sent emails that I am receiving.
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It depends on how the person is sending them.  They could use a mail merge where one message is being sent to multiple ppl but you will only be able to see yourself as the recipient.  They could also be using and bcc (blind carbon copy), again, no way to tell.  Only if they enter multiple names in the TO field or add addresses to the CC field will you be able to tell who else is receiving the same message.
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ormerodrutter earned 250 total points
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If sender users bcc (Blind Copy) then there is nothing you can do.
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Neither, the message header was unchecked.  Thank you though.
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