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    Outlook FIND BCC Recipients???


    Ok.... maybe easy maybe not... ANY IDEAS?

    So you get a email in outlook.... and you want to know if anyone was BCC'ed [Blind Carbon Copied] on the email to you. Is there any programs, ways to "view" if anyone was BCC'ed on the email to you???

    I have looked and looked... some people say that BCC Recipients are "stripped" at server level taking them totally "off" the email you get.... so you wouldnt be able to "explore"/"decompile" the email to find any BCC Recipients...

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    Originally Posted by sharpescalade
    Ok.... maybe easy maybe not... ANY IDEAS?

    So you get a email in outlook.... and you want to know if anyone was BCC'ed [Blind Carbon Copied] on the email to you. Is there any programs, ways to "view" if anyone was BCC'ed on the email to you???

    I have looked and looked... some people say that BCC Recipients are "stripped" at server level taking them totally "off" the email you get.... so you wouldnt be able to "explore"/"decompile" the email to find any BCC Recipients...

    VegasCustoms @ Y a h o o . c o m (without spaces of course)
    Hi,

    unless you have access to the mail server that processed the mail then not really. The BCC recipients are sent in an envelope and not in the email header.

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    Yea, thats kind of the purpose of BCC. So no one knows who else it was sent to.
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