BCC field in the MS outlook
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    BCC field in the MS outlook

    How can i know names in the BCC field in the MS outlook??

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    Hi,

    Are you to view the email in the bcc field for mails you sent out or fr mails that you have received?

    "The only views in which the Bcc field is relevant are views of items that you sent. If you add the Bcc field to your Sent Items folder, for example, you'll see names in the Bcc field on those items on which you included Bcc recipients."

    Not sure if this helps at all but let me know.

    Regards
    Stevengreen

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    Re: BCC field in the MS outlook

    Originally posted here by just_ranajit
    How can i know names in the BCC field in the MS outlook??
    BCC is an acronym for Blind Carbon Copy. The whole point of a BCC is that you cannot see if the email you received got BCC'ed.
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    I think j_r is refering to is the
    "Microsoft Outlook Express BCC Field Information Disclosure Vulnerability"
    http://securityfocus.com/bid/11040/discussion/

    When you send an e-mail message that is larger than 60 KB by using Outlook Express 6.0, the e-mail message is sent as a multipart message. If you have also included e-mail recipients in the BCC field of the e-mail message, e-mail recipients who are listed in the To field and in the CC field of the multi-part e-mail message may be able to view the e-mail recipients who are listed in the BCC field if they copy the e-mail message to the desktop, and then open the e-mail message by using Notepad.
    From Knowledge Base article 843555
    http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;843555

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