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I have received the mail with undisclosed-recipients, How can i see the same?

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I think the whole point of undisclosed recipients is that you don't get to know who received the message. – oKtosiTe Dec 13 '10 at 11:00
    
If you can't see them how do you know they're there? – joeqwerty Dec 13 '10 at 13:45
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Undisclosed means just that. You can't see them because they're not disclosed. The email was sent to BCC (blind carbon copy) addresses.

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Yaa, you are right but there should be a way(ethical or non- ethical). – Sandy Dec 13 '10 at 11:03
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@Sandy: It's done at the sending side, so it's impossible. It's the same as if I sent the same email to two different addresses separately. – Dennis Williamson Dec 13 '10 at 11:05
    
Ok, Thank you Dennis for quick reply. I got its not possible.Thanx again. – Sandy Dec 13 '10 at 11:14

You don't. This would indicate the sender used BCC: instead of CC: thereby masking the list of recipients with no addresses shared among recipients. Apologies for a lack of solution...

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