If you prefer to use AOL: When you have that email open. On the top left it says SEND TO: XXXXX XXXXX a box where you put your email names at. Then the box on the right says COPY TO: XXXXX XXXXX put the email names in that box. but to make it what they call a BCC which stands for Blind carbon coby.
Here is an example: (Customer@aol.com) whatever name you want to do as BCC you need to put into a () and a comma to seperate each name. ([email protected]),([email protected])
Hope that helps.
Well, if you have AOL and you have your contacts in your address book (and I have no idea what AOL version you are using. But it gives you a botton to click on them to use BCC which will do the () automatically. For outlook express: When you have your "Create Mail" open.. it should already be defaulted with a To: XXXXX XXXXX: Next to them are a little envelope. Click on that which will open a contact list. You will see the arrow section for BCC just click whom you want to send BCC to, and it will do it automatically again for you.
So you would not have to copy&paste if you add everything into your address book. Plus you can make them into groups any way you see fit. Hope that helps. Let me know if you need anything else.
Yahoo: Above the TO: XXXXX XXXXX a link that Add CC or Add BCC and if they are in your address book it too will do it automatically.
Is it for AOL still? If so you have two boxes on top when you open up a new mail to be written..
First box on the left is SEND TO: 2nd box says COPY TO:
in the SEND TO box, type in your own email.
Then in the COPY TO box. you will put in everyone else's email you want to send it to.
So example to send to 3 different people would be
([email protected][email protected]), ([email protected])
So when you put someones email into () Parenthesis that send it bcc. (blind carbon copy) then a , comma between each persons email as well, as I have done in the above example.
When your recipients get the email.. they will only see their name and yours for being the sender
Is that clear enough? Or now what you are needing to know. Let me know OK? Thanks
as far as I can tell on my end.. the questions you asked regarding unpaid taxes and picture fax viewer are the 2 questions that have not been paid on. Now it will show as this one is not paid on again as well since you opened it up to ask the question.
Otherwise there other 2 questions have been paid.
Hope this helps. If you are not satisfied with an answer you are not obligated in accepting it. (but just remember you are always allowed to reply, maybe you didn't understand the answer supplied so at least give the expert time to make it clear for you... and then if you are satisfied click accept)
So at this point, the open question about fax view is still open and the one about unpaid tax was never accepted which is now closed.
Hope this helps...