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How to automatically BCC my outlook emails to another email address I must send copies automatically to my assistant..please tell me the steps in setting it up as a rule or whatever in outlook! Thank youuuuuuu

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On the Microsot Office site, they offer a third-party application which would do what you want. It's free to try and $29.95 to purchase (good for 3 PCs), but it sounds like it would be well worth it to you...
http://www.ablebits.com/outlook-blind-carbon-copy-bcc-email-addins/index.php

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To automatically Bcc all outgoing messages
Outlook has a rule to automatically Cc another person on outgoing messages, but no equivalent for Bcc. This page offers two code samples for adding such an automatic Bcc. Both use the Application.ItemSend event, which fires whenever a user sends a message or other item.
Method #1 (Basic) This version is suitable for Outlook 2003 or later. It uses Outlook objects exclusively and includes error handling to avoid problems with an invalid Bcc address. Place this VBA code in the built-in ThisOutlookSession module:
=======Code Starts here Method#1======
Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, _
Cancel As Boolean)
Dim objRecip As Recipient
Dim strMsg As String
Dim res As Integer
Dim strBcc As String
On Error Resume Next
' #### USER OPTIONS ####
' address for Bcc -- must be SMTP address or resolvable
' to a name in the address book
strBcc = "someone@somewhere.dom"
Set objRecip = Item.Recipients.Add(strBcc)
objRecip.Type = olBCC
If Not objRecip.Resolve Then
strMsg = "Could not resolve the Bcc recipient. " & _
"Do you want still to send the message?"
res = MsgBox(strMsg, vbYesNo + vbDefaultButton1, _
"Could Not Resolve Bcc Recipient")
If res = vbNo Then
Cancel = True
End If
End If
Set objRecip = Nothing
End Sub
=======Code ENDS here Method#1======
Make sure you substitute the right e-mail address for "someone@somewhere.dom."
The reason that this method is not suitable for versions earlier than Outlook 2003 is because it will trigger an address book security prompt due to the use of Recipients.Add. You could avoid security prompts by simply setting the Item.Bcc property to the desired address, but that has two problems. First, it would wipe out any Bcc recipients that the user might have already added. Also, in some Outlook configurations, setting Bcc without trying to resolve the address results in an unresolved address, even if you use a proper SMTP address; you'll get an error, and Outlook won't send the message.

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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cc is carbon copy this is to just inform someone of something not necessarily to get a reply from them. I.e. I email you about work that I need to make sure gets completed. I cc my supervisor so they know to expect that work from you.
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I have never liked AOL and this is just another nail in their coffin as far as I am concerned. Hopefully you have a list of email addresses of all the people you correspond with. If you do, I would suggest you find another email client like outlook, yahoo, gmail, or whatever suits you. I use one at gmx.com for one list of certain people.
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Clicking the "NEW"set your Yahoo! email to use the new version instead of the Classic version.

Only if you wanted to send copies of your email to someone else except your original recepient (the email in your "To: " field), then you can use the CC or BCC field to put up email addresses of additional recepients.

Cc: stands for "Carbon Copy". If you want to send copies of the email to another person or another email address, then you can put the email address on that field. The original recepient on the "To:" field would know that you have sent copies to that person.

Bcc: stands for "Blind Carbon Copy". This means you can add up a person's email address if you want to send a copy of the email, BUT you dont want your original recepient to find out that you have sent a copy of the email to someone else.

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