Microsoft® Outlook 2003 Undisclosed Recipients
To control and organize your digital communication tools such as email and instantaneous messaging along with the day to day activities of the users, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 offers some distinct, integrated solutions. The term undisclosed recipients in Microsoft Outlook 2003 refers to those recipients of an email message whose email addresses are not observable to the other recipients of the same message. The undisclosed recipients property in Microsoft Outlook 2003 allow you to send email to a group of users without disclosing email addresses. This is more beneficial when you have a large group of recipients, and you don't want every recipient to view your email list. The undisclosed recipients property allows you to hide your email recipients and also allows to send email to several people, so the email addresses can't be gathered for spam. The facility to send messages to groups of people without revealing each recipient's email address is a useful feature of Outlook that helps users remain efficient and protect their contacts privacy.
Following lines explains about the method used to send emails to undisclosed recipients in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and tips to make undisclosed recipient contact list in Microsoft Outlook 2003.
- Steps to Perform for Sending E-mails
- Steps to Create the Contact List
- Tips to Keep in Mind
Steps to Perform for Sending Emails
In order to send e-mails to undisclosed recipients in Microsoft Outlook 2003, first click on the create mail option from the toolbar. Click on TO to bring up the address book. Emphasize an email from the left column and click on BCC. Repeat this until all the recipients you would like to send the same e-mail are listed in the BCC box on the right. When completed, click the 'OK' button. Then, click on the 'send' button, when the recipients receive the email they will not be able to see any other email addresses.
Steps to Create Contact list
The contact list for the undisclosed recipients can be created through following the steps mentioned below. Open the Outlook 2003 application window and click on new option at the top of the window. From the list, select the contacts option for creating a new contact as undisclosed recipient. Now in the dialog box that appears, provide the full name as undisclosed recipients and also provide the email address. Then, click on save and close option at the top of the window and finish the process.
Tips to Keep in Mind
While creating the contact lists for the undisclosed recipients, the user would some issues like duplicate alerts. These alert messages should be avoided by choosing the option for creating a new contact anyway on the dialog box. The process of the creation of undisclosed contacts lists should be performed only if the user needs to make the contacts as undisclosed ones to the other recipients.
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