Microsoft Outlook is a professional e-mail application that is part of the Microsoft Office software suite. When sending e-mail with Outlook, you have the option of using the "Bcc:" field to prevent recipients from seeing who else is receiving the message. To ensure that the message does not end up in the recipients' junk or spam folder, you should use the term "Undisclosed Recipients" in the "To" field.
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Things you need
- PC running Windows XP or later
- Microsoft Outlook 2007 or later
Open the Microsoft Outlook application.
Go to "File" in the top menu bar, expand the "New" submenu, and choose "Contact."
Enter "Undisclosed Recipients" in the "Full Name" field and your e-mail address in the "Email" field.
Press the "Save and Close" button to return to the main Outlook window.
Click on the "New" button in the upper-left corner of the window to create a new outgoing e-mail message.
Click on the "To" field.
Select "Undisclosed Recipients" from the list of contacts and then hit the "To" button.
Highlight the names of all the individuals who are going to receive the email. Press the "Bcc:" button.
Click "OK." Compose the message as you normally would. When you send the email, you will receive a copy of the message, and the other recipients will not see the address list.
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