E-mail to Group without showing e-mail addresses to everyone


BlankAs secretary for our Homeowners Association I want to send e-mail to the members (60) I have
listed as a group in my Outlook Express Address Book as follows:
1. I do not want to show all e-mail addresses to everyone.
2. In the "To:" I want to show the recipients address only.
3. In the "From:" I want to show my address (Name in most cases).

How do I accomplish this without having to send each e-mail manually?

Hope anyone can help,
Anders


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Hi there.

My boss is having problems sending e-mail to a contact at Microsoft.

The microsoft e-mail address isn't bouncing back to our Exchange server and
the user at Microsoft says that they haven't received the e-mail.

I tried to telnet 25 to maila.microsoft.com and send a test e-mail from our
domain - I didn't get any error messages.

Not sure what else to try. Without bugging our contact at Microsoft.

I'd really appreciate some suggestions.

- Simon




I am having trouble e-mailing to Distribution lists with more than 4
addresses in them as well as having trouble sending an e-mail to more than 4
addresses. For some reason adding a 5th will not allow the e-mail to send. I
can go to the sent box and it looks like the message is sent but it will
never goes through. I have looked at every setting I know of but I can not
seem to fix this problem. ANy help would be GREATLY Appreciated.

Thanks,
Richard




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Outlook installed on it? I have tried exporting to Excel or Access, but the
body of the e-mails gets truncated quite a bit. Right now I cannot think of
anything better than saving the PST file and hoping it will run on my next
machine that will have Vista installed.

Thanks for any help you can provide,
Jay




A small dialog box just popped up on my screen advising that someone or
something was attempting to send e-mail to someone in my addresss book. The
warning allowed me to select yes or no to allowing mail to be sent. I can't
recall the specifics of the warning as I was busy at the time. I could not
think of what would be making the attempt so I selected no. Where do I learn
more about this warning dialog box and what may have caused it to pop up?




I need to send an e-mail to a group in my Outlook. I want only the group
name to show not the individual addresses.
--
Athena




With the Microsoft Outlook 2003 I only achieved so, when a created a false
e-mail in my server, such as : undisclosed-recipents:@iol.pt, and in the
field: "show as"
I inserted "undisclosed-recipents:", and in the BCC fields all the e-mail
adresses I wanted.
Good luck
Maria Isabel

"Innovman 2005" escreveu:

> How do you address a group e-mail to a group of recipients without any of the
> names appearing and only having undisclosed recipients in the address box?




There doesn't appear to be another option, and it's been my experience that
when you try to get the answer to this question everyone thinks you're a
spammer and doesn't want to help any further.

"Cy" wrote:

> We all know BCC will come to Junk box automatically.... I don't want to use
> bcc, is there another option to do that?
>
> "Vince Averello [MVP-Outlook]" wrote:
>
> > It may not say "Undisclosed recipients" in the To field but if you put the
> > list of recipients in the BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) field
> >
> > "Innovman 2005" wrote in message
> > news:EB2D19A4-6C08-45AD-882D-CA70539FAF87@microsoft.com...
> > > How do you address a group e-mail to a group of recipients without any of
> > > the
> > > names appearing and only having undisclosed recipients in the address box?
> >
> >
> >




When I use the "blind cc" It does not display them in my sned folder. I
need to have proof of the mailing to the recipients. How can I get the
recitpients to display if I do this?

I have received emails from others that have snet mass emailings that only
show my name in "To". There has to be an easy way to do this other than mail
merge.

"Richard in AZ" wrote:

> Put the group of recipients in the BCC and then put your address in the To header.
>
> "cAROLYN" wrote in message
> news:F03213C9-5CC1-4C3D-AFAE-F66C1E4A99D1@microsoft.com...
> |
> |
> | "Innovman 2005" wrote:
> |
> | > How do you address a group e-mail to a group of recipients without any of the
> | > names appearing and only having undisclosed recipients in the address box?
>
>
>




Hi Everyone,
I send out a weekly newsletter to multiple people as an pdf attachment. I
have all the addresses under a group so all I do is click on the group and
all the e-mail addresses are added. I add this to the bcc so that everyone
can not see the names of who I am sending the e-mail to. When the e-mail is
received, it will have my e-mail address on the top. Is there a way the
recipients name could be on the "To" line, instead of my e-mail address, so
that it would appears as if I am sending the message to only them.
Thanks,
--
Sandra Hall




We all know BCC will come to Junk box automatically.... I don't want to use
bcc, is there another option to do that?

"Vince Averello [MVP-Outlook]" wrote:

> It may not say "Undisclosed recipients" in the To field but if you put the
> list of recipients in the BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) field
>
> "Innovman 2005" wrote in message
> news:EB2D19A4-6C08-45AD-882D-CA70539FAF87@microsoft.com...
> > How do you address a group e-mail to a group of recipients without any of
> > the
> > names appearing and only having undisclosed recipients in the address box?
>
>
>




How to hide other recipients name i.e. the recipient should view his name
only not others name in To box

"Vince Averello [MVP-Outlook]" wrote:

> It may not say "Undisclosed recipients" in the To field but if you put the
> list of recipients in the BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) field
>
> "Innovman 2005" wrote in message
> news:EB2D19A4-6C08-45AD-882D-CA70539FAF87@microsoft.com...
> > How do you address a group e-mail to a group of recipients without any of
> > the
> > names appearing and only having undisclosed recipients in the address box?
>
>
>




"Innovman 2005" wrote:

> How do you address a group e-mail to a group of recipients without any of the
> names appearing and only having undisclosed recipients in the address box?





I have just purchased a pc with Windows 7 and also have had Office 2010 Pro installed. Previously I was using windows xp and Office 2007. My e mails and address lists were imported across to Outlook 2010 from Outlook 2007. This was done successfully as I can view all contact groups and e mails etc.

When I now try to send e mails from the contact groups they do not appear in the e mail send options. How do I ge them to appear as contact groups. I'm not very computer literate so a simple explanation would be appreciated as what I have to do





"Innovman 2005" wrote:

> How do you address a group e-mail to a group of recipients without any of the
> names appearing and only having undisclosed recipients in the address box?




I want to send an e-mail to more than one person without showing any e-mail addresses apart from mine - how do I do this? 




I have a very singular problem and I hope someone out there have any idea on how to solve it. One of my customers is a part of a franchise and when installing his server because he uses the e-mails hosted by the franchise master, we've created the internal domain identical to the franchises's domain. It all works well, I can send and receive e-mails without a problem as they do not publish any service on the internet. Unfortunately, everytime they try to send an e-mail to an individual at the master franchise office, Exchange obviously returns an error informing it does not know that person as it expects to find it in it's internal database but the user does not exist there. All e-mails to any other domain go out without a problem. What I'm trying to figure out is if there's any way to create an exclusion list or something like that, which would allow these foreign addresses (but ending with exactly the same domain name) to be routed as the other regular SMTP mail instead of being routed as internal Exchange e-mail.
I hope I was clear enough and I appreciate any help.
Regards.
Jose.




Is there any way to setup a moderated distribution group - similar to the
moderated Public Folder - in Exchange 2003?

We want to have a all@company.com e-mail distribution group but we want to
make sure that every e-mail message that is sent to this address has to be
approved by a moderator before being delivered.

Can this be done in Exchange 2003?

Thanks in Advance -

Morgan