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    What is the diffrence between cc and Bcc in case of E-mail?

    Cc: stands for "carbon copy." Anyone listed in the Cc: field of a message receives a copy of that message when you send it. All other recipients of that message can see that the person you designated as a Cc: recipient received a copy of the message.

    Bcc: stands for "blind carbon copy." This is similar to the Cc: feature, except that Bcc: recipients are invisible to all the other recipients of the message (including other Bcc: recipients). For example, if you send a message To: and Bcc:, then johndoe sees himself as the message's only recipient. Janedoe, on the other hand, is "in the know"—she can see that you sent the message To: johndoe, and that you blind-copied her. To add an entry in the Bcc: field, click the "Show BCC" link to the right of the "To:" field.
  • #8478
    This is nice information about the BCC and CC that
    BCC for blind carbon copy and CC for Carbon Copy.If you post this question in the resource section then you can get some cash reward by the webmaster.stay with us and get a good knowledge by the members.

  • #8481
    Thanks Priyabrata, for sharing this descriptive information here on Techulator about cc and bcc used in mails. This will surely help many to know about the very common terms of E-mails.
    Ataul Haque

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