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I would like send an email to many users. I would only like each recipient to see only their own email address in the To: form of the email. Not the list of 50 recipients that the email was actually sent to.

Is this possible?

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Enter the list in the BCC field if you are using a "fat" clieet like Outlook.

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Exactly. See also; email.about.com/od/emailnetiquette/a/cc_and_bcc.htm (differences between To, CC, and BCC explained). – RJFalconer Dec 31 '09 at 15:09
    
If I use BCC: what is displayed in the To: form? Nothing? – CT. Dec 31 '09 at 15:19
    
The receipient name will be displayed if you use BCC – Dave M Dec 31 '09 at 15:23
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A common practice also is to put your own email address in the to field, then BCC all the intended recipients. – BBlake Dec 31 '09 at 15:25
    
BBlake Good tip! – Dave M Dec 31 '09 at 15:45

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