Hi, thank you for writing back. That is how emailing works, not just iCloud.
When you send an email message, you need to pick the recipient or the receiver of the email. That is the TO field.
Now, if you want to send the email to another person, you can just enter the email addresses separated by commas.
And yet another way to ADD a receiver of your email is by using the CC and the BCC fields.
CC means carbon copy. It means you want to send a copy of the same email to another person aside from the one listed in the TO field. That is formality in sending someone a copy of an outgoing email.
For instance, you are sending an email to your customer and you want your boss to see the email you sent to the customer, you can add your boss's email in the CC field.
Another thing is the BCC, which means Blind Carbon Copy. It is a way of sending someone a copy of your email without the other people knowing it.
In my example above, when you CC your boss in an email message, the customer who receives your email will see that you sent a copy to your boss. But if you added your boss's email in the BCC field, the customer will NOT see it, he thinks he is the only receiver of the email.
Regarding the email address you listed, yes, I see it is listed here but I can report this to our site moderators so that they can mask it to***@******.*** for policy and security reasons.
I hope that helped.
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