CC is carbon copy and BCC is blind carbon copy. Anyone you put in either field gets the email, but people in the BCC field can't be seen by other recipients.
Blind carbon copy and carbon copy. The blind copy emails (BBC) allow the sender of the emails to hide the people entered into the BBC field of the email from the other recipients. I like this feature as it helps to protect the email addresses from being broadcasted to everyone.
by Myn Is Me 7 years ago
What is the difference between CC and BCC?When emailing, what is the difference CC and BCC? Why would you use one over the other?
by Will Apse 23 months ago
The emails that I have had from readers would have been a useful addition to the comments section of a page. But are annoying simply as emails.Is it possible to discourage 'contact the author' misuse? Maybe place the link at the bottom. Say 'please use comment section for page-related questions' or...
by Sammy 8 years ago
What does CC mean on an email sent list?I know that the "b" in BCC means blind, though I have never known what the CC means, thanks
by Shampa Sadhya 7 years ago
I always write my hub in MS Word and then copy and paste it in the text capsule but today I am unable to do so. The moment I click the paste option it is showing up shortcut instead and a box labelled OK. As I click OK nothing gets pasted.It is also showing up JAVA SCRIPT. I simply failed to...
by mrs dbs 8 years ago
what's the final cost of carbon copy pro (top) outlay been gven a range of cost
by ewhiskey50 8 years ago
How is it so far? I guess you have more knowledge regarding adding and copy and paste
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