Extracting email addresses from the BCC in an outlook msg

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pavinm

Hi,

Could you please let me know is it possible to get email address from the

BCC field. Is there a way to extract BCC values from recived mail not from

sent mail.

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,

Pavitra
 
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neo

Not possible to extract from a received message who was blind copied. The

whole point behind a bcc is that the recipient of the message isn't supposed

to know who else received a copy of said message.

"pavinm" <pavinm> wrote in message

news:C7B65518-65F9-4AF6-8FC1-370BF1C44D9A@microsoft.com...
> Hi,

> Could you please let me know is it possible to get email address from the
> BCC field. Is there a way to extract BCC values from recived mail not from
> sent mail.

> Thanks in Advance.

> Regards,
> Pavitra
 
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VanguardLH

pavinm wrote:


> Could you please let me know is it possible to get email address from the
> BCC field. Is there a way to extract BCC values from recived mail not
> from sent mail.


How are you going to extract the value of a header that doesn't exist?
 
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N. Miller

On Sun, 13 Dec 2009 22:52:02 -0800, pavinm wrote:


> Could you please let me know is it possible to get email address from the
> BCC field. Is there a way to extract BCC values from recived mail not from
> sent mail.


BCC results in the sending client sending a single email to a single

recipient email address; one email for each address in the list. Since the

receiving server only sees a single recipient, instead of a list of

recipients, there is no way to extract this information; it does not exist

in the sent message. Which is the whole point of BCC.

Norman

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