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    I am surprised to learn that the copy of an email sent from my Pre leaves no record of the bcc recipients either in the sent file on the Pre or in my desktop gmail account. Shouldn't the sender be able to see the bcc addresses from an email message?
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    There are a lot of email clients that do the same thing. This isn't that unusual.
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    The purpose of Blind Carbon Copy is to dispense with the recipient list. The BCC list is not part of the email, it is contained in the envelope, which is discarded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by japark View Post
    The purpose of Blind Carbon Copy is to dispense with the recipient list. The BCC list is not part of the email, it is contained in the envelope, which is discarded.
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    This is exactly how BCC is supposed to work. This is exactly how outlook functions as well, the sent item shows nothing and the receipients only see the sender.

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