Re: Send a group e-mail with undisclosed recipients showing?

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jacqum01

When I use the "blind cc" It does not display them in my sned folder. I
need to have proof of the mailing to the recipients. How can I get the
recitpients to display if I do this?

I have received emails from others that have snet mass emailings that only
show my name in "To". There has to be an easy way to do this other than mail
merge.

"Richard in AZ" wrote:

> Put the group of recipients in the BCC and then put your address in the To header.
>
> "cAROLYN" <cAROLYN> wrote in message
> news:F03213C9-5CC1-4C3D-AFAE-F66C1E4A99D1@microsoft.com...
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> |
> | "Innovman 2005" wrote:
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> | > How do you address a group e-mail to a group of recipients without any of the
> | > names appearing and only having undisclosed recipients in the address box?
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Russ Valentine

Outlook will display the contents of the BCC field only in your Sent Items
Folder and only if you have configured the view to contain that field.

Russ Valentine

"jacqum01" <jacqum01> wrote in message
news:13F9A523-199B-4842-8C31-1A581B8C47C0@microsoft.com...
> When I use the "blind cc" It does not display them in my sned folder. I
> need to have proof of the mailing to the recipients. How can I get the
> recitpients to display if I do this?
>
> I have received emails from others that have snet mass emailings that only
> show my name in "To". There has to be an easy way to do this other than
> mail
> merge.
>
> "Richard in AZ" wrote:
>
>> Put the group of recipients in the BCC and then put your address in the
>> To header.
>>
>> "cAROLYN" <cAROLYN> wrote in message
>> news:F03213C9-5CC1-4C3D-AFAE-F66C1E4A99D1@microsoft.com...
>> |
>> |
>> | "Innovman 2005" wrote:
>> |
>> | > How do you address a group e-mail to a group of recipients without
>> any of the
>> | > names appearing and only having undisclosed recipients in the address
>> box?
>>
>>
>>

 
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