Undisclosed recipients?

How do I send a mass email from Outlook so that it reads 'undisclosed recipients' in the sent line to the recipients.

Also.. how does it work if i send an email from web-based hotmail?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    How to send emails to show "undisclosed recipients" = so that the receipients can not see each others addresses on the received email:

    Click the Send address TO:

    In the address book TO choices click the bcc

    (blind c.copy)

    and then click your choices to mail to.

    Make sure they switch to the bcc frame

    click ok

    Back in your email click Send

    :)

    stw

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  • 1 decade ago

    What you need to do is put all of the names in the "bcc" field. This will send a blind copy to everyone listed and they will only see their name as the person the e-mail was sent to. You do not need to put a name in the "to" line and the e-mail will be sent.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Put all the addresses that you are sending to, in the BCC (blind carbon copy) line. The recipients will not see any other addresses, only you, the sender..

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  • 1 decade ago

    Put the address in the BCC: field.

    BCC = Blind Carbon Copy

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