How can I discover who else is getting emails when I do?

Posted on 2009-12-17
Last Modified: 2013-11-16
recently I had email conversation w/another employee who was BCC others in on the converastion. Luckily nothing inappropriate/negative was discussed. Others than finding out later who else is included in on the email by accident is there another way for me to know is receiving the emails also?
Question by:jinkilla
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    Expert Comment

    That is the point of BCC, the other recipients aren't known.


    Author Comment

    So there is no way to discover who else is receiving the same email you get or the email string? What if you had access to the mail server?
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    Accepted Solution

    If the server was Exchange and had message tracking enabled then you could see where the message was delivered to, but that is about it. External messages wouldn't apply.


    Author Comment

    ok thank you and I agree

    Author Closing Comment

    Need to confitm what I had suspected

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