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Windows 7: How to send each member of a dist list with member name only????

20 Dec 2010   #1

Windows Vista Home Premium
How to send each member of a dist list with member name only????

I have a distribution list of 30 mail recipients.

I want to do one Send from Windows Live Mail to all 30 recipients in one shot but I also want each recipient to see only their name as the recipient but not others in the distribution list.

Can I do that? If so, how? Please help.

Many Thanks.

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20 Dec 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x86

If you send one mail to multiple recipients you normally use CC (Carbon Copy)
Just use BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) instead that way nobody knows who else got that mail

1. Create a message.
2. Click the “Show Cc & Bcc” link at the upper right side of the message header. The “Cc” and “Bcc” addressee fields will then appear.
3. Type the recipients’ e-mail address in the “Bcc” field.

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 How to send each member of a dist list with member name only????

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