What does Bcc stand for in an eamil?
BCC stands for Blind Carbon Copy. The email does go to the recipients in the BCC list but their names are invisible to the the other recipients of the mail.
Even if a mail recipient does a reply-all, the reply is not sent to the mail addresses in the bcc list.
So, one cannot make out to who are in the bcc list. For example, if you want to send a mail to your peer, you want your boss to see that mail but you do not want your peer to know that you have sent it to your boss, then put your peer in the To list and your boss in the BCC list.
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.
BCC stands for Blind Carbon Copy. When you use CC you let all the e-mail receivers know who received a copy of the e-mail. When you use BCC, the members of the BCC group are not revealed to the other people who receive the e-mail. If you receive an e-mail that shows the only recipient as the sender, it probably means that your e-mail address was included on the BCC line.
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…
FCC has a higher packing efficiency and the slip planes are more closely packed than BCC. Infact BCC has more slip systems than FCC. But they are not as closely packed as FCC. For plastic deformation, we need atleast 5 independent slip systems. Both FCC and BCC have those. But the previously mentioned factor makes FCC more ductile than BCC.
Hi Its not BBc in emails .Its BCc.It means Blind Carbon Copy. The receiver of the email does not know to who else you have sent the email if you put it in BCC. I think you mean Bcc which stands for Blind Carbon Copy. This is how Bcc is used: recipients listed in the Bcc: field will not be seen by any other addressees (those listed in the To: and Cc: fields).
BCC stands for Blank Carbon Copy. BCC is for sending an email to two or more people when you don't want each person to know who else has received your email. So for example, with BCC you can send an email to ten people, and none of those ten people will see the other person's email, only your email.
cc = carbon copy, this would be used if you would like to send a copy of your e mail to someone other than the main recipient/s, all recipients would see that you had sent a cc and who you sent it to. bcc = blind carbon copy, as above except that nobody would know that you sent a bcc except the recipient of the bcc.
The long version of "Bcc" is "blind carbon copy". If this gives you the image of an empty sheet of paper - a carbon copy without text -, that's not quite what email's Bcc: is up to. The Bcc: field helps you deal with the problems created by Cc:. As it is the case with Cc:, a copy of the message goes to every single email address appearing in the Bcc: field. The difference is…
BCC means Blind Carbon Copy. Any emails addresses you enter into the BCC field will receive a copy of the email; however, this list will be concealed, so the original recipient of your email won't know it was copied to the people in the BCC list. CC means Carbon Copy, if using this field (as opposed to BCC), the recipients will see who else was copied on the email/ message. It means "blind carbon copy"…