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Is it possible to hide field "To" on Microsoft Outlook 6.0 ?

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Hi.

I usually send e-mails to a group I created in Outlook 6.0. Sometimes I get wrong and put the group in "To" field instead of "BCC" to save privacity of e-mail addresses.

I would like to hide the "To" field to avoid this mistake. Is this possible?

Thanks.
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I've never had someone ask me that before :)  I did some quick Google searching and found the following:

Remove the To field from an Outlook message form
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