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Was wondering if anyone knows how to set up email bcc to automatically copy all sent email to another email address?

I know there is a setting to send it back to ourselves.

We found out the hard way that iTunes does NOT backup sent email.

- Al
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No you need manually add the BCC id(if other then your ID) every time.
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You can't do that in iOS -- you have to manually add the BCC every time.

However, who is your email provider? Most of them should allow IMAP protocol instead of POP, and if you use it, then the sent mail should be saved on the mail server.
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