How to send emails to undisclosed recipients?

Do you want to send emails to multiple recipients and want to keep their identities confidential from each other? Have you ever received an email that was addressed to “undisclosed recipient”? This is a way to send to a group of people without exposing their identities to others.

When you need to send to a group of people and want to keep their identity confidential, you can utilize the “BCC” function in your e-mail system.

Bcc recipients get a copy of the email, but their email address is automatically deleted at delivery. Nobody except you and the Bcc: recipient will know that they got a copy, and their email address will not be exposed.

Whether you use Yahoo, MSN, Gmail, or any other email service, do the followings:

• in the “To:” field, put: Undisclosed Recipients <youruserlogin@youremail.com>
then replace youruserlogin and youremail.com with your own e-mail address

• put all your email recipients in the “BCC” box, separate by comma. For example: yourfirstfriend@yahoo.com, yoursecondfriend@hotmail.com, etc

• compose your message as usual

• when finished, simply click the send… and you are done…

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