How to send email to undisclosed recipients in Outlook?
When you send an email to a group of friends (some of them are unknown to each other) with putting all of them to the “To” field, it is obviously to expose others email addresses to the unknown people. For keeping recipients email addresses from exposure, you can send them all to the undisclosed recipients and just use the “bcc” field while sending. This tutorial lists all the details of sending email to undisclosed recipients in Outlook.
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For sending email to undisclosed recipients, firstly you need to create a new contact with the full name of “undisclosed recipients”, please do as follows.
1. Get into the Contacts view by clicking Contacts in the Navigation Pane in Outlook 2007 and 2010. If you are using Outlook 2013, please click People at the bottom of Outlook main interface.
2. Open the Contacts folder which you want to save the “undisclosed recipients” contact in.
3. Then click New Contact under Home tab in Outlook 2010 and 2013.
In Outlook 2007, please click New button in the Ribbon.
4. In the popping up Contact dialog box, you need to:
1). Type the words “Undisclosed recipients” in the Full Name textbox;
2). Type your own email address completely in the E-mail textbox;
3). Click Save & Close button.
Then the Undisclosed recipients contact is created.
Now you can send email to this undisclosed recipients. Please go on the following operation.
5. Go back to the Mail view by clicking Mail in the Navigation Pane.
6. Create a new email message by clicking New E-mail under Home tab.
7. In the Message window, type the letter of “u” in the “To” field, and then select the Undisclosed recipients from the auto complete list or click the To button to choose the Undisclosed recipients from the Select Names: Contacts dialog box. See screenshot:
8. Click the Options > Bcc to show the Bcc field if it is not displayed in the Message window, then click Bcc button to select the recipients you want to send email to from the Outlook contacts folder.
9. Compose your email and then click Send button to send it.
When the recipients receive the email, they can only see the Undisclosed recipients locates in the “To” field and see no other recipients.
Note: If the email did not be received through Outlook and opened in other mail application by recipients, there will be the sender’s own email address showing in the To filed instead of the Undisclosed recipients.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoI did exactly this in O 2016, and got an error that it does not recognize Undisclosed Recipient, giving me offer to make a new contact, which I did and that brought the same non-result.
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 3 years agowhat to do? i dpnt know what to do
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 4 years agonote this is how you do this