What does BCC mean in email?
What does BCC mean in email?
Blind Carbon Copy
Protecting Email Address Privacy For security and privacy reasons, it is best to use the Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) feature when sending an email message to a large number of people. When you place email addresses in the BCC field of a message, those addresses are invisible to the recipients of the email.
What does CCC mean in Gmail?
In effect, the CC field in an email allows the sender to send a “carbon copy” of the email to someone apart from the recipient in the To: field of the email. The CC field in email lets you keep recipients in the loop.
What are BCC recipients?
If you add a recipient’s name to the Bcc (blind carbon copy) box in an email message, a copy of the message is sent to the recipient that you specify. Any recipients added to the Bcc box will not be shown to any other recipients who receive the message.
Can people see BCC?
Do BCC recipients see each other? No, they do not. Recipients that have been BCC’d will be able to read the email, but they won’t be able to see who else received it. Only the sender can see everyone that was BCC’d.
What is the difference between CC and BCC in Gmail?
Bcc stands for blind carbon copy which is similar to that of Cc except that the Email address of the recipients specified in this field do not appear in the received message header and the recipients in the To or Cc fields will not know that a copy sent to these address.
How do you CC someone in an email?
If you’re typing a new message, the “CC” option will appear to the right of the “To” field. Click “CC” to open up the CC field, and type in the recipient’s email address.
How can I tell if an email was BCC?
If you’re the recipient of a message, you can’t see whether the sender added Bcc recipients. Only the sender of a message can see the names of Bcc recipients by opening a message in the Sent Items folder where all sent messages are stored by default. In the Sent Items folder, open the message that you sent.
Can someone reply all to a BCC?
If a BCC recipient hits reply all, the original sender will receive the reply and other normal recipients will get a CC.
Is it rude to BCC?
This “Bcc” field is best used when you want to streamline your email’s appearance and keep recipients’ from seeing each others’ emails. While this sounds a little shady, it’s not meant for devious purposes. It’s primarily meant to protect the privacy of your recipients.
What happens if someone replies all to a BCC?
If a BCC recipient hits reply all, the original sender will receive the reply and other normal recipients will get a CC. At least that’s how it worked with my one test.
Should I use CC or BCC?
If you want a “To” recipient to know other important people are aware of the correspondence, use “Cc.” If you want to maintain an inclusive email chain, use either “To” or “Cc.” If you are sending an impersonal email or one with a large mailing list, use the “Bcc.”
Do BCC see each other?