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    Individual Message (2000)

    Is there a simple way to make a single message to a distribution list into many messages to a single recipient? I want to send to a group, but not let the group know everyone who got the message, and I am lazy.

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    Re: Individual Message (2000)

    Check out the use of Bcc, Blind copy

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    Re: Individual Message (2000)

    The simplest thing to do is to put the recipients in the bcc field. (View BCC). You still should have someone in the To field.

    Otherwise, you can create a meeting request and invite the list. Expand the list, then copy and paste it into the bcc field.

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    Re: Individual Message (2000)

    Thanks for the feedback. Using BC does not give the effect I need. It leaves the To: blank or you have to put someone else

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    Re: Individual Message (2000)

    You'll have to do that programatically, scanning through the members of the list (is it a personal dl or on your server) and generating an email for each member as you loop through.

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