Undisclosed Recipients - outlook / outlook express..

Posted on 2009-02-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I have follow internet instruction create email message send out with show
Undisclosed Recipients, but when received message from gmail  and hotmail.
it show  "Undisclosed Recipients" ( ). As i want all
receipients ( hotmail and gmail ) only show  "Undisclosed Recipients" , no
sender email display . please advice how can do that as urgently.
Question by:itjackiewong
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    Accepted Solution

    "Undisclosed Recipients" only works for those who you send an email to.
    When they receive your email and read it. They will see its from you, but not see everyone else whom it was sent to.

    You cannot make your email address (Senders Email Address) Undisclosed

    Author Comment

    I try to follow , but still show sender email address  in gamil and hotmail
    LVL 47

    Expert Comment

    As said before, you cannot hide the senders address.

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