Can someone who is BCC D Reply All?
The first and most visible problem with the blind carbon copy is when someone who was BCC'd hits reply all. Now the people who were on the email (in the TO or CC lines) are alerted to the fact that they were not the only recipients. I've seen this backfire more times than I can tell you.
Cc means carbon copy and Bcc means blind carbon copy. For emailing, you use Cc when you want to copy others publicly, and Bcc when you want to do it privately. Any recipients on the Bcc line of an email are not visible to others on the email.
- Normally when you send an email, recipients can see who else received the email because they can see the To and CC fields. But they cannot see the BCC field which means that if you BCC someone on an email, the other people who received the same email will not know.
- 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.
- With email, recipients of a message are specified using addresses in any of these three fields: To: Primary recipients. Cc: Carbon copy to secondary recipients—other interested parties. Bcc: Blind carbon copy to tertiary recipients who receive the message.
Bcc stands for “blind carbon copy,” and is a way of sending emails to multiple people without them knowing who else is getting the email. Any email addresses in the Bcc field will be invisible to everyone else on the email. In other words, it's like cc, but for spies.
- The Cc: field is generally used to keep people in the loop (FYI) with no expectation of a reply being required. Using these fields to make someone feel less important or to make a point by putting them in the Cc: field when it would make sense to include them in the To: field is not right.
- Gmail email send limit - no more than 500 recipients per message for the Gmail web interface, or max 100 recipients if you are using an email client software. Google Mail SMTP restriction expiry method - the restriction is automatically removed within 24 hours after the limit was reached.
- BCC – Undisclosed Recipients. The BCC stands for Blind Carbon Copy. That means no one can see who the email is going to. When you send the message, it will be sent to all of the people in your BCC. You should receive the same email in your inbox as well.
As you know, recipients can't tell who you included in the BCC field, or even if you used the BCC field at all. But that doesn't mean you can't. To see who you BCC'd in a previous email, just open the Sent mail folder and open the message. You'll see the BCC field preserved for future reference.
- Bcc. "Cc" stands for "Carbon Copy," while "Bcc" stands for "Blind Carbon Copy." A carbon copy, or "Cc'd" message is an e-mail that is copied to one or more recipients. Both the main recipient (whose address is in the "To:" field) and the Cc'd recipients can see all the addresses the message was sent to.
- In e-mail terminology, Cc stands for "carbon copy" and Bcc stands for "Blind carbon copy". The difference between Cc and Bcc is that carbon copy (CC) recipients are visible to all other recipients whereas those who are BCCed are not visible to anyone.
- ISA – Individual Savings Account. REM – remittance: a cheque credited to your account that was not paid in at your account-holding branch or bank. REV – reversal: a standing order or Direct Debit has been recalled. STO – standing order.
Updated: 3rd October 2018