maximum number of BCC'd addresses that will be allowed for an outgoing email

Hi,
A user has inquired about sending 300 emails, bcc'd outside the organisation. Would this be seen as spamming and also is outlook 2003 able to send that much, is there a limit?
LCMauriceAsked:
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ConUladhConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Every configuration is different but this is unlikely to be seen as spamming. Your own exchange setup will dictate how many addressees you can have but I know I'm restricted to around 50.
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dufoxCommented:
The limit you should identify in exchange server.
Based on the version of exchange, this can be implemented in different areas:
1) Exchange Global Setting.
2) Virtual Server Setting / Mail Store DB.
3) User Mailbox Level.

By default there is no limit on number of recipients.

Note: Exchange will never identify Bcc or CC alone, number of recipient will consider anything specified in TO, CC and BCC together.
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LCMauriceAuthor Commented:
good
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