Windows 10: Email to multiple recipients without revealing all addresses

  1.    07 Jun 2016 #1

    Email to multiple recipients without revealing all addresses


    I know that this can be done using BCC but there are a number of problems with that approach.
    One is the danger of one recipient using "reply all".
    Another is the fact that being among "undisclosed recipients" tends to raise suspicions that something underhand is afoot.

    Is there a way to send a mail to multiple recipients where it each recipient will see his/her address in the To box but there will be nothing to show that the mail has been sent to others?
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       07 Jun 2016 #2

    Hairy Scot said: View Post
    I know that this can be done using BCC but there are a number of problems with that approach.
    One is the danger of one recipient using "reply all".
    Another is the fact that being among "undisclosed recipients" tends to raise suspicions that something underhand is afoot.

    Is there a way to send a mail to multiple recipients where it each recipient will see his/her address in the To box but there will be nothing to show that the mail has been sent to others?
    *** When sending a BCC mail, make sure to put your email address in the To field.***

    RE ..............One is the danger of one recipient using "reply all"..........................

    I think you have a misunderstanding.

    Excerpt from this Source :

    3. If a recipient uses the “Reply to All” option, the reply will not be sent to those individuals in the BCC: field.

    RE ................
    Another is the fact that being among "undisclosed recipients" tends to raise suspicions that something underhand is afoot.

    I don't have a good solution for you except putting your name in the Subject field, i.e. "From Hairy Scot".
    Assuming your recipients know who you are. Hopefully that will clear the suspicion.

    Sorry, that's all I know to help you.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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