How to Send Emails to Undisclosed Recipients in 2019

When you put multiple addresses in the To line of an email sent from Gmail, every recipient sees not only your message content but also the other email addresses to which you send your message. Use the Bcc field, though, and you become an instant privacy hero. Any address entered in this field is hidden from all other recipients.

How to Send Emails to Undisclosed Recipients in 2019

Gmail

1.Click “Compose” in your Gmail account.

2.Click “Add Bcc” below the “To” field to insert a Bcc field at that location.

3.Type in the email addresses of your intended recipients in the Bcc field.

4.Enter a subject, type the body of the message, and then click “Send.”

Hotmail/Outlook.com

1.Click “New” on your Outlook.com account home page.

2.Click “Cc & Bcc” to the right of the “To” field. The Cc and Bcc lines are added on the left side of the screen.

3.Type in the email addresses of your intended recipients in the Bcc field.

4.Enter a subject, type the body of the message and click “Send.”

Microsoft Office Outlook

1.Click “New” in Microsoft Office Outlook to open a new email message.

2.Select “Options” in the ribbon toolbar, then click “Show Bcc” in the Fields section. The Bcc field appears under the Cc field and to the right of the “Send” button.

3.Type the email addresses of your intended recipients in the Bcc field.

4.Enter a subject, type the body of your message and click “Send.”

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