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Blind copies, Can blind copy adressees be shown in Sent emails?
In Outlook 2010, I can send an email with blind copies and although I can later view the message in the Sent folder, it doesn’t show blind copy addressees. Displaying Bcc settings isn’t offered in Advanced View Settings. Is there a solution (or a possible add-on for this)?
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Mike, actually Outlook shows BCC for sent messages. But this is true for your messages only. You can't see other sender's BCC. You can't also see BCC if you Sent folder in an IMAP folder. To workaround IMAP issue, use local Sent Items folder.
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