When hitting reply to a message, no "Bcc:" header field appears

Version: 2008
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
Processor: Intel
Email Client: Exchange

Hi.  When I hit &quot;Reply&quot; or &quot;Reply All&quot; to a message in Entourage, the composition window that appears has the usual &quot;To:&quot;, &quot;Cc:&quot;, and &quot;Subject:&quot; form fields near the top, but not one for &quot;Bcc:&quot;.  I've looked all over Preferences but don't see an option for this.  What am I missing? <br><br>Thanks, <br><br>-c
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On 2/26/10 11:51 AM, cmetzler@officeformac.com wrote:
> When I hit "Reply" or "Reply All" to a message in Entourage, the
> composition window that appears has the usual "To:", "Cc:", and
> "Subject:" form fields near the top, but not one for "Bcc:". I've looked
> all over Preferences but don't see an option for this. What am I missing?

Simply clicking in the To, Cc area will open to show Bcc.

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