BCC in an email stands for Blind Carbon Copy. If any sender is sending mail to TO and CC each receiver will view the receipt name i.e who else has got this mail. But if receipt name is in the BCC either TO or CC will not able to know who else got this mail and even BCC person also don't know who else got this mail.
Blind Carbon Copy started with typing on manual typewriters. A piece of carbon paper (8 & 1/2 by 11 inches) was inserted between two blank sheets of paper. The typewriter keys struck on the surface of the top sheet, and made a "copy" on the 2nd sheet. The original copy was sent out to the recipient, and the "copy" was kept.
If you put a sheet of carbon between pages 1 and 2, and another between pages 2 and 3, you would have 1 original and 2 copies. You could keep 1 copy and send a copy to a 3rd person without the original recipient knowing. This meant the recipient was "blind" about this extra communication going to a 3rd party.
With computers, you can include a list of people to receive the same email--- without any of them knowing.
Bcc on emails stands for "blind carbon copy". If you bcc someone on an email, that person receives a copy of the email, but his or her address is not visible to other recipients.
bcc means blind carbon copy. You use it when you don't want others to know that you sent the bcc addressees the email. Some people don't want their email addresses made public in email messages. One way to prevent that is to use bcc.
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.
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).
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.
Carbon Copy...as in sending an email to more than one person. BCC is Blind Carbon Copy..when you send an email to two people, but the person in the "Send to:" category does not know that the person in the "BCC" category has received the same email.
bcc means blind courtesy copyBCC- Blind Carbon Copy: It is a carbon copy of your mail sent to someone else without the knowledge of the recipient
Bcc: Which stands for Blind Carbon Copy.
If an email is sent to a user using 'BCC' that user can see the addresses of other recipients who were not sent as 'BCC'. However, none of those that received the email can see any of the 'BCC' recipients, and thus cannot respond to them.
You cannot. BCC = "blind carbon copy"
carbon copy, it sends the exact email you send to the actual recipient. bcc, sends the exact email to the person you specify but doesn't let the actual recipient know you have sent it to the bcc(blind carbon copy) person.
BCC: Blind Carbon CopyCC: Carbon CopyUsing 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.
NO! The email receiver cannot read the Bcc list.
Carbon Copy.... if you type an email address in that line, that person will receive a copy of the email you are sending. BCC is Blind Carbon Copy meaning that if you type an address in the BCC line, that person will receive a copy of the email you are sending but their email address will not show to the others who received the email.
In emailing, BCC stands for Blind Carbon Copy. Any email addresses typed into the BCC slot will receive a copy of the email, but no one else will be able to see who else has received the email.
By text meaning email, "blind carbon copy."
CC is carbon copy which is the exact same thing as the original email and BCC is blind carbon copy which means they cannot see the people it was sent to.
Cc means Carbon copy, and if an email address is entered into the Cc box a back up copy of the email will be sent to that person. Bcc means Blind Carbon copy, and if an email address is entered into the Bcc box a back up copy is sent to the person, but they don't see who else has received the email.
"BCC" stands for "blind carbon copy" in an email, meaning that the recipient of the message does not see any indication of the bcc recipient.
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.
It means BCC. The people in the BCC list will also receive the email; however, the BCC list is concealed, so people you don't want to see the list can't.
BCC (Blind Carbon Copy)... allows you to send the same email to more than one person - without those who receive the email knowing who else it was sent to.
CC stands for "carbon copy" or "courtesy copy." When you "CC" an email to someone, you are sending them an exact copy of the email. BCC is another type of email copy. It stands for "blind carbon copy." Typically, BCC is used when sending emails to large groups of people. When someone is BCCed, they can read the email, but not respond to all.
The email addresses of the recipient should be placed in BCC . So that the recipient is not able to see email addresses of other.On the line that has BCC beside it, usually on the right side of the line, if there is no line for BCC then look for it and click on it and a line for it appears.
These stand for 'Carbon Copy' and 'Blind Carbon Copy'. All email addresses in CC and BCC will be sent the email you have written. The difference is that addresses in the BCC list will not be able to see the addresses of anyone else you have sent the email to.