How to send meeting invitation with Bcc in Outlook?
Normally, you can Bcc (blind carbon copy) an email to recipients easily with typing recipients’ email addresses into the Bcc filed in Outlook. However, there is no Bcc filed in the meeting window when we sending a meeting invitation. In fact we can send meeting invitations with Bcc by adding Resource attendees in Outlook.
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To send meeting invitation with Bcc in Microsoft Outlook, you can do as following:
Step 1: Shift to the Calendar view, and create a new meeting invitation:
- In Outlook 2010 and 2013, click the New Meeting button on the Home tab;
- In Outlook 2007, click the File > New > Meeting Request.
Step 2: In the Meeting window, click the To button.
Step 3: In the popping up Select Attendees and Resources dialog box, find out and select the attendees that you will bcc the meeting to, then click the Resources -> button, at last click the OK button. See screen shot:
(1) Holding the Shift key, you can select multiple adjacent attendees with clicking the first one and the last one;
(2) Holding the Ctrl key, you can select multiple non-adjacent attendees with clicking each attendee one by one.
Step 4: Now you get back to the meeting window, compose your meeting, and click the Send button.
Note: If you need to Cc (Carbon copy) a meeting to attendees, just add attendees into the Optional filed in the Select Attendees and Resource dialog box. See screen shot above.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoHarish, you are brilliant! Thank you :-)
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agoFigured out a way to do this :-) However, it's not straight forward but requires 4 steps :sad:
(1) Create a meeting invitation and send it to yourself.
(2) Create a new email, bcc all the recipients.
(3) Drag and drop meeting invitation from the outlook calendar window into the newly created email window with all the bcc'd recipients (The calendar invitation now appears as an attachment to the newly created email)
(4) Request all senders to RSVP by following the below instructions
(a) Open calendar attachment in the bcc'd email.
(b) Select "copy to my calendar" at the extreme top left corner (of the attached meeting invitation window) which prompts the recipients to either accept,
tentatively accept or copy the meeting to their calendar.
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agoThe problem is that the invitees cannot accept or decline via the invite - they have to (know to) open the meeting in the calender and select their response from there.
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 3 years agoCan you elaborate more on how to add Cc's on a meeting invite?
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 3 years agoHow do you add CC or Bcc to your meeting invite. I dont want to have directors and ea's on the TO: box.