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View the BCC list in my own e-mails in Outlook

Posted on 2012-04-07
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Hello,

Once an e-mail with Bcc e-mail addresses included has been sent using MS Outlook, how can it be opened so that those Bcc recipients can be viewed?  Opening it from my Sent Items folder allows me to see my Cc recipients but not my Bcc recipients.

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what is the version of Outlook you are using.

by default if you go to Sentitems and open the mail which was send to bcc it should show the bcc email address in the mail.
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by:Steve_Brady
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Thanks for the response.

I am using Office 2010.

Oh, and by the way, you are absolutely correct.  I can indeed see the Bcc list by simply opening the sent message.  I guess I was trying to see it by clicking Reply or Forward but as I think about it, it would be inappropriate ( i.e. defeat the purpose) if Bcc addresses were viewable there.

I think it was well past midnight when I wrote that question so maybe that is a message to me in and of itself.  In any event, thanks again for the post.
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