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I am using Thunderbird hooked up with a Gmail account and want to know how to send emails to a group of people but not have them all see each other's email addresses.

I want to send people some emails and I usually have to send them out one at a time since I don't want other people to see their emails.

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Use the BCC (blind carbon copy) line to insert the email addresses. The recipients will not be able to see who the other recipients are.

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Cool. So I can just use BCC and not have a To line then? – chobo2 Jan 13 '10 at 23:38
    
Yes, that's right. – Iain Jan 14 '10 at 0:05
    
Beware though, I think that means TB will not retain any record of who you sent bcc's to. – pnuts Mar 13 '13 at 9:37

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