How do I forward an email without showing all the previous addresses it was sent to?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
After you click "Forward", just delete the section of the email you don't want to send. If you are using Outlook Express, that should work.
P.S. If you are sending an email to a bunch of people, instead of putting them all in the "To:" category, put them in the "BCC:" category and put YOURSELF in the "To:" category. That way the email addresses will not show up and if those people want to forward it, they will only have YOUR address to delete.
P.P.S. If you regularly forward email to the same group of people, you can create a group in your address book and give it a name, like "Friends" or whatever. That way you only have to click on one "address" to forward to everyone.
- 1 decade ago
When you click Forward, you will be able to edit the text in the body of the email. Just delete the portion of the email that shows the string of contacts it's been sent to. Also, if using Outlook, you can disable this feature by default under Tools, Options.
To send any email without showing recipient addresses, just place everyone you are sending it to in the Bcc (blind carbon copy) section.
- Anonymous4 years ago
the previous answer will only paintings in the adventure that your forward default is set to "as in-line text cloth" and not "as attachment". to make effective, use the ? next to the forward button to decide on forward AS IN-LINE text cloth. this might show you how to complete get right of entry to to the e mail for modifying.
- 1 decade ago
Delete anything you don't want to forward. If it's AOL, highlight only the text you want to forward.