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Copying and bcc'ing recipients

CC is the email abbreviation for courtesy copy and BCC stands for blind courtesy copy. The meaning of these abbreviations has been adjusted since back in the day when the first C was used for carbon as in carbon copy and blind carbon copy. Since the day of carbon paper is long gone, the C now refers to courtesy. A copy or a blind copy can be a courtesy if used correctly. If they're are used indiscriminately, the result may be seen as discourteous and unprofessional.

Understanding what the copy and the blind copy functions do and how to use them are the easy parts. A good rule of thumb is to use To, for people who are required to take action. CC, lists those you want to keep informed but need take no action. And BCC, include those you want to receive the message without any of the other recipients knowing. The difficult aspect of using the copy and blind copy, is analyzing the possible repercussions of using those functions. CC is certainly a good way to send your message to the main recipient, whil...

Copying and bcc'ing recipients
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Copying and bcc'ing recipients provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Judy Steiner-Williams as part of the Writing Email

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