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You create an e-mail message. You send this e-mail message by using a Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) program that has Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) recipients.
A recipient of this e-mail message replies to or forwards this e-mail message by using a MAPI client other than Microsoft Outlook. In this situation, the original BCC recipients may be revealed in the forwarded or in the replied to e-mail message.
When you use Gmail to Bcc recipients on an email, we add a specific header for each individual Bcc recipient to let them know that they're receiving the email because they are Bcc'd on it. Each Bcc recipient only sees their own address in the message that they receive.
If the recipients use Gmail or Google Apps to read their mail, they'll see this header. Otherwise, depending on how their email systems handle the header, recipients may or may not see the information.
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