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Disable the TO and CC Options when Sending from Outlook on Exchange 2007

Posted on 2011-09-22
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Is it possible to have an outlook mailbox account that when you hit New to send a mail it only displays BCC and has TO and CC disabled ?

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We have a group e-mail account in our org called paperless. As people sign up to receiving communication via e-mail we send them a notification thanking them and explaining how they will receive their e-mails. We have about 30 people signing up per day and each day someone in the org sends from paperless to all the daily subscribers. The e-mail addresses are entered in BCC and sent. Unfortunately someone new added them into the TO field and sent them mails. Now we have people out there who know each other's e-mail addresses and we have received complaints.  
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Hendrik Wiese earned 500 total points
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As far as I know this is not possible.
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