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Windows 7: Bcc Field Addresses Cause Display Problem

24 Nov 2009   #1

Windows 7 Professional
Bcc Field Addresses Cause Display Problem

I have Windows 7 Professional, and I've installed Outlook 2003 on it. It runs fine, and all e-mails display correctly, except for those that are sent to me when my e-mail address is among a list of addresses in the Bcc field. When I get an e-mail like that, all of the HTML/CSS and routing information is included, and the message has all of the reformatting codes embedded, making the message unreadable. On the other hand, when an e-mail is sent directly to me, with my address in the To field, it's completely normal. I know it's Outlook that's doing this, because when I look at the e-mails on my ISP server, they're fine. Is there any SW patch out there that will fix this? Do any of the settings in Outlook have to be changed? Thanks in advance for any help that anyone can give me.

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