How to hide multiple recipients to recipients but not showing "Undisclosed recipients"
I have a situation where our marketing department needs to send mail to several of our customers - no big deal, right. Well ok.. they need to receive the mail as if it was sent to each one of them separatelly. So it must not say "Undisclosed recipients" - which is what happens if we put recipients into bcc.
Is there a non-script way to do this through Outlook or is there any kind of setting in exchange that I need to change?
Thanks for your help.
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I would like to send an email from Outlook 2002 in which
nobody can see the recipient names and addresses. I
would also like to have distribution lists utilizing this
same function. Is this possible?
Use the BCC field for this.
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"Jay" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I would like to send an email from Outlook 2002 in which
> n...Messages to Undisclosed Recipients
We have the following configuration:
Outlook 2003 clients
Exchange 5.5 Server running on Windows NT 4.0 Server
When our Outlook clients want to send a message to a list of Undisclosed
Recipients, they have the following options:
1. place an entry in the To: field as "Undisclosed Recipients
<firstname.lastname@example.org>" - however - since the SMTP address
"email@example.com" exists in the Exchange GAB, the "Undisclosed
Recipients" name is replaced with the name associated with the SMTP address.
This is confusing for the BCC recipients - who get a message Fro...Setting up 'Undisclosed Recipients' group for Outlook e mail
Can anyone tell me how to set up an 'Undisclosed
Recipients' e mail group in Outlook where those receiving
the mail cannot see the names and addresses of other
recipients. Thanks for you help.
how to i send to many people at one time but not have them see all of the
people that i'm sending it to
>how to i send to many people at one time but not have
them see all of the
>people that i'm sending it to
Use the bcc field. When composing an email, click "View",
then click on "Bcc Field". Put all the addresses in that
...Outlook 2002 Undisclosed Recipients
I an running Office 2002 on a WindowsXP Professional
System. I want to send email messages to Undisclosed-
Recipients (not revealing anything other than Undisclosed-
Recipients in the "To" line). I have tried sending under
BCC but Outlook automatically displays MY email address
in the "To" line without me including it even in the BCC
line. Any help?
BCC is the correct choice.
Outlook puts something in the To: field because many mail servers require
that there be an entry there. Put anything you want in the To: field.
I found out that "When you use a distribution list, the names of all the
people on the distribution list will appear in the To field of everyone's
Is there a way to mail to "undisclosed recipients", so recipients can't see
everyone else's emailadress?
...undisclosed recipients #5
how can i send and e-mail to all of my contacts or a distribution list withou
everyone seeing all the e-mail addresses. i have received e-mails like that
and in the "to" field it typically says "undisclosed recipients".
> how can i send and e-mail to all of my contacts or a distribution
> list withou everyone seeing all the e-mail addresses. i have received
> e-mails like that and in the "to" field it typically says
> "undisclosed recipients".
"ricardo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote i...Undisclosed recipients #4
I can not find a function in Outlook that allows me to
group address an email to "Undisclosed recipients".
Use the BCC field for this or use Mail Merge from within Word
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"TVG" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I can not find a function in Outlook that allows me to
> group address an email to "Undisclosed recipient...undisclosed recipients #2
I use Outlook Express 6. I would like to know how I can
send e-mails to groups set up in my Address Book, without
revealing the e-mail adresses of the recipients in my
messages. Is this possible with my version of Outlook or
is it available in another version ?
Put the addresses in the BCC field. Create a new distribution list with
yourself in the list and name the list Undisclosed recipients. Do not put
the actual recipients of the email in this list.
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"el" <anonymous@...Undisclosed recipients (Outlook 2007)
I ma processing job applications. I have set up a category for each
opening and assigned the applicants to the appropriate category.
I need to send a mass mailing to all applicants, but I do not want to
expose the names or email addresses of the other applicants. I would
appreciate hints. suggestions, or pointers on how best to do this.
My plan is to put applicants in the Bcc: field and myself in the To:
field. I just tried a test mailing, which worked, but the process is
clunky. Any suggestions for improvements appreciated.
Getting the contacts in the Bcc: field.
I wanted to start the e...view email in undisclosed recipients
how i can find email when i receive email with undisclosed recipients
You'll only see the sender's email address.
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"w...POP3 Connector undisclosed recipients
I have a problem with POP3 Connector, not delivering emails to mailbox when
the emails are send to undisclosed recipients on SBS2003. It downloads the
email from ISP, but it does not deliver it.
Any idea how to fix this?
"Petr Mares" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I have a problem with POP3 Connector, not delivering emails to mailbox when
>the emails are send to undisclosed recipients on SBS2003. It downloads the
>email from ISP, but it does not deliver it.
>Any idea how to fix this?
Since the envelope addresses are no longer known, how sho...Spam rule to allow undisclosed recipients
Anyone using the bcc field (as described in most of the 'undisclosed
recipients' threads) in their mail program to mass email is blocked by
exchange 2003. For the life of me I can't think of how to configure a filter
to allow this to pass to the intended recipient. The error msg is 5.1.3
Any help is greatly appreciated.
On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 21:45:01 -0700, "Vince"
>Anyone using the bcc field (as described in most of the 'undisclosed
>recipients' threads) in their mail program to mass email is blo...Sending messages from me to "undisclosed recipients"
I installed Norton Internet Security a few days ago, and since then, several
times a day I get an email from myself addressed to "undisclosed recipients".
The message is empty. Is this related to the installation? Am I under attack?
What should I do?
I appreciate any advice.
"rpbjeb" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I installed Norton Internet Security a few days ago, and since then, several
> times a day I get an email from myself addressed to "undisc...Undisclosed recipients
Ik zie wel eens mailtjes met als geadresseerden "Undisclosed recipients". Hoe
krijg ik dat in Outlook 2007 (Vista) voor elkaar?
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On 1/21/10, Stan Starinski posted:
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> Try re-stating your question in English.
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I say this because often pos...Creating a e-mail contact list which has "undisclosed recipients"
Can anyone help me with a contact list for my e-mail which
does not disclose all recipients names.
I would like to send an e-mail regarding company
information to several people which answers questions, but
I don't want everyone to know who I am addressing it to.
You need enter the names under the Bcc option when you address the email. That way, each recipient will only see their own name, but the email will go to everyone.
Actually, the recipients won't see their own name in the To field. They
will only see what the sender puts there, if anything (some ISPs require