What does Bcc and cc mean?
BCC: Blind Carbon Copy
CC: Carbon Copy
Using CC, you can send a message to another email address and it will be visible to the other receivers, whereas, using BCC, you can do you some thing but the other people receiving the email won't know about it.
Carbon Copy (CC) and Blind Carbon Copy (BCC). These are used to send the same email to multiple recipients. When you want to send a copy of an email to someone other than the original recipient If you use CC every recipient sees the others. If you use BCC those people are not seen by the other recipients.
I believe you mean BCC, it stands for Blind Carbon Copy. When the recipients are in the BCC field, they can't see the other recipients. Addendum: The above is pretty close to being correct. CC (and the CC of BCC) actually stands for the plural "copies," just as the doubled letter "pp" in a source reference stands for "pages." Also, it is the BCC recipients whose names are not seen by anyone else; the CC…
BCC is the same as CC, except that the BCC field isn't public. An email sent to you via BCC will look as if it was sent normally and magically ended up in your inbox. This is handy for mailing lists, as you could send an email to yourself or nobody and have all of the recipients in the BCC field, protecting their privacy.
CC is short for carbon copy. BCC is short for blind carbon copy. The reason BCC is called a "blind" carbon copy is that, as opposed to CC, BCC recipients of an email are not indicated to anyone, including other BCC recipients. Therefore, if you send an email to person A, with person B and C in CC and person D and E in BCC, person B will see that the email was sent to…
The abbreviation CC stands for Carbon Copy and the abbreviation BCC stands for Blind Carbon Copy. CC is used to indicate that there is more than one recipient and BCC indicates that the recipients names, or e-mail addresses are hidden from view, whereas with CC, each recipient can see who the other recipients are.