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Cc stands for carbon copy which means that whose address appears after the Cc: header would receive a copy of the message. Also, the Cc header would also appear inside the header of the received message.
Bcc stands for blind carbon copy which is similar to that of Cc except that the Email address of the recipients specified in this field do not appear in the received message header and the recipients in the To or Cc fields will not know that a copy sent to these address.
Sometime it depend on what kind of account are using? For Exchange accounts sometimes it may just be that, sometimes it may just be that the status had no change to upload the changes to the server.Open up your forwarded email.Find the button that says "Forward" and click on it.You can easily tell how many times it's been forwarded by the number of Fwd's in the subject line. Scroll down the list of email headers to get to the content of the email.Edit the email to remove any forwarded email addresses and unnecessary text from the message After reading it, decide if it's worth passing on. If the email is worth passing on, or even if it isn't and you just can't help yourself, hit the Forward button on your email program. Insert your email address in the To: field. "make sure you read correctly, your own email address." Insert anyone else you want to send the email to in the Cc:, Bcc: highlight the field and delete headers.Press Ctrl+A to select all "highlight all" With your mouse pointer. And press delete from the keyboard
Type any message you want to add to the email to send. Click(press) send.
If I understand your question, you just want to remove the header of an email, such as the From/To/Subject information before forwarding it to something else. If that is correct, then it is as simple as clicking the Forward button, then you can delete any text that is in that email, including the headers.
Look at the message headers or the link address in the email - lots of phishing email states that your account is "locked" and asks you to login - do not do that. It is someone trying to get usernames and passwords. Report this by forwarding the email to email@example.com
First, click Options in the upper-right corner of your Mail page and select Mail Options. From the list on the left, click POP & Forwarding, then in the middle of the page click Set up or edit POP & Forwarding. In the bottom half of this page, click inside the circle next to "Forwarding". Then enter the email address in the blank and click "Save." Zing! – your mail now gets forwarded to that email address. Note: You can’t simultaneously Forward and POP your mail.
Look and see if u have a virus program and u placed in in "overkill" which means that u turned everything on, blocked everything, and told it to stop everything. e mail blocker, pop-up blocker, " Blocker-blocker" Test: set up another e mail for yourself..any free e mail program. turn off one of the programs and send YOURSELF a link with a picture. Keep turning off blockers, virus programs until u find the problem.Then look inside program and see what u told it to do.,