Thank you for the replies.
This is strange. My post appeared in this newsgroup earlier today but I can no longer see it. The first response did not have a copy of my post attached to it and I realize that is a matter of preference. But it was not until this reply was I sure it referred to my post.
"Michael Santovec" <michael_santovec@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:url4%23PaeJHA.3792@xxxxxx
If you are talking about the recipients receiving the e-mail at all,
then it depends on the spam filter on the recipient's mail service and
Some services/recipients may have set the spam filtering to filter out
messages that used the BCC (the intended recipient is not in the TO or
Most will likely get the message.
This has nothing to do with the BCC being visible or not to the sender.
It's a matter of spam filtering policy on the recipient's end.
Mike - http://pages.prodigy.net/michael_santovec/techhelp.htm
"Nissi1" <Nissi1@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I receive many emails from my church members who have forwarded these
> same emails to me from members of other churches around the country.
> Since I feel these emails tend to look a bit messy with so many names,
> I usually delete the names and use BCC when emailing multiple persons.
> When viewing these emails in the sent folder, the names on the BCC
> line are visible. According to a reply to Ron Sommer's post if the
> names on the BCC line are visible on the emails in the sent folder,
> then those recipients did not receive that email. Is this correct or
> am I missing something?
> Thank you,