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BCC in Yahoo!
Posted By On August 18, 2006 @ 3:11 PM In E-Mail Help | Comments Disabled
BCC in Yahoo!
Here’s a quickie for you! I’ve had a few of you who have e-mailed me about using the BCC (blind carbon copy) feature in your Yahoo! e-mail. You’ve pointed out to me that we have a tip on how to use it with Outlook Express, Netscape and AOL, but not Yahoo!, so I thought I would help you out with this one right now! It’s very easy and you all may think, “Now, why didn’t I see that”? when I finish telling you!
Go ahead and sign in to your Yahoo! e-mail account. Once there, click on the Compose button to start a new e-mail. Now, before you do anything else, look right above the To: line. You will see a link that says “Add BCC.” Click on that and a BCC line will automatically appear. You can then just go about your regular business by typing in the appropriate e-mail addresses or inserting them from your address book (however you usually do it). Pretty simple, huh?!
You can also add a CC (carbon copy) by clicking on “Add CC.” If you decide you don’t want to use the CC or BCC options, just click “Remove CC” or “Remove BCC” and it will disappear. Once you have everything the way you want it, just type in a subject line and then type out your e-mail like normal. Then just hit Send and the e-mail will go to all the right places. It’s so easy!
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