how can you send one mesage to multiple email adresses?
I want to send a message to my clients e-mail address , but I don't want them to see nobody else's email address, but theirs. how can i do that
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Put the addresses you want to be invisable in the BCC box. Try sending one to yourself this way to see how it works - Good Luck
- 1 decade ago
If you have Outlook, you can BCC everyone. It will put only your email address in the TO field and show only "Undisclosed Recipients" to the rest of the receivers.
If you have a web email account, you can email it to yourself, then BCC (blind carbon copy) everyone else.
- Yoi_55Lv 71 decade ago
Put all their addresses in the BCC field. Stands for Blind Carbon Copy.
- Elmer FuddLv 61 decade ago
If your using outlook, when you compose an email, you should see a CC column (under subject), if you click it you should see a BCC column, this is where you would add your friends and they won't see each other's email address.
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- Rich ZLv 71 decade ago
Select BCC and put in the name.
Anyone who gets BCC (blind carbon copy) appears as "undisclosed recipient" on everyone else's copy of the message. Add as many BCC recipients as you want - they are all invisible.
- whatevaLv 41 decade ago
you click on an e-mail address then there will be a comma then you put another e-mail and so on and so forth!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
u can sign up @ yahoo groups
so u can disable or enable the option u want
or use to put them in "BCC:"
- JayHawkLv 51 decade ago
by separating address with commas
- IDNTGIVASHTLv 61 decade ago
oh yahoo. just click on the TO: link and then click all their names in your address book.
- 1 decade ago
forward it to list or cc or multiple mail-id seperated by ,