I just learned about Blind Carbon Copy, Bcc, when sending emails to multiple recipients in order to increase the likelihood of them being read, and to ensure the email privacy of those recipients.
In order to send a copy of an email message without the other email addresses showing you can use an option called Blind Carbon Copy, Bcc, as opposed to just Carbon Copy or Cc: underneath the To:, In Outlook Express, click on view and then check 'headers' and then Bcc will show right under Cc. I believe you put your address in the To: and the rest in Bcc, make sure there are comma's in between the addys. Does anyone know how to explain it better?
BCC link: http://www.rrudder.com/safe/bcc.html#Outlook_Express
Here’s the Google search I did for it: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...mail+addresses
A few media links:
-That last link is from 2004, not sure about the other one, I'll see if I can find a more current one later.
Don’t forget to separate with comma’s if they don't have them.
And be prepared to get responses, albeit probably mostly automatic ones.
I gotta go, I’ll see what I can find out later.