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Hiding recipeents using BCC

Posted on 2011-09-08
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I need to know exactly how to hide all recipients from other users using a BCC, but I need for the sender of the email to be able to see the recipients for record keeping. I know how to use the BCC field for a group of recipents but I can't figure out how to make the sender see the recipeints.. Using outlook 2010.
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you can check in the email headers but I don't think you'll find them, see this article --> http://ask-leo.com/how_do_i_view_the_list_of_bcced_recipients_on_an_email_ive_received.html
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It's not in the headers. I'm talking about the sender of the email needs to be able to print a copy with all the recipeints, but no recipents need to know who all it was sent too. Surely there is a way the recipent can prove an email was sent to a certain individual on a certain date if ever it comes up.....
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I don't know I guess you could take a screenshot using alt+prt sc and then paste into MS Paint and save the file as .jpg

or you could send the message --> open the headers of the email --> copy the headers into notepad?

I'll search for an easier way to do it, may be some free software out there that will do that for you
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by:CJ27
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This did not really solve my problem, I don't think there is a way to do what I was asking, but I'm awarding points for participation.
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