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outlook express 6 - no problem just question

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I need to send an email to a group - and not have every recipient disclosed to everyone. Is there a way to set up a group and send an email where each receiver only sees their own email in the "to:" line?

Or possibly just see the title of the group and not all the addresses?

Help is much appreciated - or a direction to head to look for this answer...

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Have you tried using BCC in your address book? this is the Blind carbon copy which does exactly what you describe.
The only thing I'm not sure about is how it works when you have a 'group' in your address book. it still ought to work but if not you can just drag the single addresses in. Also be aware that many ISPs block emails to too many recipients in order to combat spam (which you are obviouosly trying to avoid contributing to).

Hope at least some of the above is helpful.

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Using Outlook Express, if you don't want to use the "group" option, send the email to your address, and put your recipients in the BCC. They will see your name and theirs, no one else's. Hope that helps.
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