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Can you populate BCC field with specific e-mails?

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Question: “Does anyone know of a way to always have the BCC field populate with a specific e-mail address?” — Anonymous

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Phoebe May 29, 2009 at 7:23 pm

If using Outlook, you can also set up a rule so that copies of all outgoing messages (or messages that meet specified criteria) are always sent to a certain email address. The best solution probably depends on the intent. For example, if the bcc’d recipient just needs access to messages sent, it may be more efficient to grant the recipient access to the sender’s mailbox. –P.


Kathryn, CPS/CAP May 22, 2009 at 2:12 pm

Absolutely. If you are using MS Outlook create a new form and save that separately from your standard email form. That way, when you want to use it, the form is available, but it is not on every email. Of course, if you want it on every email, then you simply use the newly created form instead.


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