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How can I send an email to multiple address and only show 1

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how can I send an email to multiple address and only show 1 addressee?
(Outlook 2013)
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Email
Expert:  Josh replied 1 year ago.

Hi!

You will need to use the BCC option for email addresses that you do not want to have shown. Any email address in the BCC line will receive an email but it will not show up to the original sender or any other person in the BCC line.

  • Open a new email in Outlook 2013
  • When the New message window appears select the ‘Options’ tab
  • In the toolbar below the Tab button you will notice that you have the ‘Bcc’ and ‘From’ options
  • Select BCC
  • Every time you open up an email from now on you will have the option you have selected available to you
  • To remove the option you can simply follow the above instructions and de-select

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