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Send E-mail with Undisclosed Recipients

Posted on the 07 November 2012 by Akahgy


For privacy purposes, it’s often required to send a mass e-mail message without wanting one recipient to know about the identities of the others.


The field “BCC”, representing a “blind carbon copy” can be used to have privacy of the recipients identities.

Also, add in the “To:” filed your own address in angle brackets, with the name of “Undisclosed recipients” or whatever you need.

The e-mail address header will look like this:

TO: Undisclosed Recipients <[email protected]>
BCC: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Subject: Hello private receiver
Message: Hello World !!!

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