How to hide email addresses in distribution list in Outlook?
While sending the emails to multiple recipients who does not know each other, you may want to hide the email addresses for safety. In this article, I introduce the method on hiding the email addresses in distribution list in Outlook.
In Outlook, if you do not want to display the email addresses of the recipients, you can use Bcc.
1. In the Message box, click Options tab, and click the Bcc button to display the Bcc field on the message header.
2. Click at Bcc button to enable Select Names:Contacts dialog, then select the distribution list or contacts you want to send email to, click Bcc button to add them into Bcc line.
3. Click OK to go back to message window, send as usual after editing the email.
Now the recipients’ email addresses will be hidden.
If you want to automatically Bcc to someone whoever you send in Outlook, you can apply Kutools for Outlook’s Auto CC/Bcc utility.
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Free install Kutools for Outlook, and then do as below steps:
3. In the Auto CC/BCC dialog, give the new rule a name in Rule Name textbox, click Recipients to open Select Names:Contacts dialog, select the contact you want to auto Bcc, click Bcc to add it to Bcc line.
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