Outlook 2013 Number of Recipients

Is there a way to see how many recipients are added in BCC field..?  2010 version would show you above To field .. ## of recipients

2013 doesn't have this .. just trying to see if there is an easy way to get a count without manually counting the e-mail addresses (if there is more than 30 ..)

??
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mvalencia2003Asked:
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Alexei KuznetsovMicrosoft Outlook MVPCommented:
You can use the following VBA macro for this:
Sub CountBCC()
    Set objInspector = ActiveInspector
    If Not objInspector Is Nothing Then
        Count = 0
        For Each objRecip In objInspector.CurrentItem.Recipients
            If objRecip.Type = olBCC Then
                Count = Count + 1
            End If
        Next
        MsgBox "The number of BCC recipients: " & Count
    End If
End Sub

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Just add this macro and place the button that runs the macro on your Outlook message's ribbon. Now you can show BCC count with one click

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Clark KentSoftware Engineer cum BloggerCommented:
I did not find anything similar to this in my Outlook. Or else, I have look over both the versions of Outlook (2010 & 2013), but did not get any cue about which you are talking.

Could you please be more specific?

Thanks
Clark Kent
Alexei KuznetsovMicrosoft Outlook MVPCommented:
In Outlook, press ALT+F11, Enable Macros if asked, open Project1->Microsoft Outlook Objects->ThisOutlookSession on the left pane and paste the macro to the code window. Press CTRL+S to save the  changes. After that you can find this macro when customizing the ribbon (select Macros in "Choose commands from" list).

Learn more: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ff865785.aspx
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