How to tell if someone is blind copied on an email?

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techmcp

Is there a way to tell in outlook if someone was blind copied on an email. Or

does that have to be done in Exchange?
 
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Russ Valentine

Which word in Blind Carbon Copy is unclear?

Only the sender of a message can see the BCC field.

Russ Valentine

"techmcp" <techmcp> wrote in message

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> Is there a way to tell in outlook if someone was blind copied on an email.
> Or
> does that have to be done in Exchange?
 
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techmcp wrote:


> Is there a way to tell in outlook if someone was blind copied on an email. Or
> does that have to be done in Exchange?


If you were the sender, double-click the e-mail in the Sent Items folder to

open in its own window. If the Bcc field isn't showing: (1) You didn't

specify any Bcc recipients; or, (2) You didn't elect to see that field (View

-> Bcc menu).
 

LatinPupE

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Actually, there is a way. But you have to be the SysAdmin of the sender's account. You go into Active Directory, change the sender's password, log into their account and read their email from the Sent folder! :D
 

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Which word in Blind Carbon Copy is unclear?

Only the sender of a message can see the BCC field.

Russ Valentine

"techmcp" <techmcp> wrote in message

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> Is there a way to tell in outlook if someone was blind copied on an email.
> Or
> does that have to be done in Exchange?

Which word in "do you have to be a sarcastic" is unclear?
 
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