Five ways to use the Bcc field


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Five ways to use the Bcc field

Bcc, or blind carbon copy, gives you more control over the recipients of your e-mail and how they can see who else received the message. It also limits who gets a reply if they click Reply to all. In short, recipients who are bcc-ed will receive the message, but no one else will know it. As we'll see, this has a few advantages. Before I cover when to use bcc, I'd better show you how to use it. You can temporarily use bcc by clicking the To or Cc buttons while addressing an e-mail, select your recipient and click bcc, or place your cursor here, and enter an e-mail address.

If you want a more accessible bcc field, you can start a new message and click on the Options tab, and then click bcc. Outlook will remember that this feature is turned on anytime you create a new message in the future. With the Bcc field exposed, you can type directly into the field, just like To and Cc, and you can also drag and drop names between the fields.

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Five ways to use the Bcc field
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Five ways to use the Bcc field provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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