how to BCC emails to multiple recipients

I'm looking to send out emails to multiple recipients. my main concern is that the recipients cant see who else got the email in the group and also if there is a file attached that they can't see who opened it or received it as this has happened before.
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I'm sorry, I might be misunderstanding the question, but in the BCC box, can't you just separate the addresses with a semi colon?
IP4IT StaffAuthor Commented:
mrwad99 yes. but I'm looking to send it as a group email, and an undisclosed group causes problems were they can sometimes see who else got the email.
I don't see how you could have problems, if you used BCC then the recipients cannot have seen each others addresses.

You can setup a new group in Outlook, then simply add the group name to the BCC field when you send the message.  Then, send the message to yourself as the main recipient.  There is no way that anyone else in the group will see any other group member's E-mail address, that is what BCC is for.

You can setup a new group by pressing CTRL-SHIFT-L to bring up the create group dialog,  Click the "Add Members" button, adding from the appropriate source.  When you are done, Name the group and click "Save and Close".

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
create a contact = Undisclosed Users with your email address
Add: Undisclosed Users to the TO: line
leave CC: blank
BCC: either enter the grouup or email addresses separated by a semi-colon ;
Alexei KuznetsovMicrosoft Outlook MVPCommented:
There is an easy way to achieve your goal: free Send Messages Personally utility. Using this tool you'll be able to create a new message, add required recipient(s) to "To" field and then run the utility right from Outlook ribbon. The utility will create an individual message in your Outbox for each of the recipients where each of them is the only one in the "To" field.

DISCLAIMER: I recommend this tool because I'm one of its developers, so feel free to ask any further questions.
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