Enable the 'Bcc' field in Outlook

 
In Microsoft Outlook, the blind carbon copy (Bcc) field is hidden by default. Bcc is helpful when you want to send an e-mail to an individual or group without showing the recipient's name or e-mail address to other recipients of the message.

 


 

Enable 'Bcc' in Outlook 2013 (Windows PCs)

  1. From the HOME tab in Outlook, click on the New Email button to begin creating a new mail message.
     
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  2. Click on the OPTIONS tab.
     
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  3. Click on the Bcc button. This will show the BCC text field under the Cc field in your message.
     
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You only need to enable the Bcc field once per computer. It will remain available for any future email messages you compose.

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Enable 'Bcc' in Outlook 2011 for Mac

  1. From the Home tab in Outlook, click on the Email button to begin creating a new mail message.
     
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  2. Click on the Options tab.
     
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  3. Click on the Bcc button. This will show the Bcc text field under the Cc field in your message.
     
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You only need to enable the Bcc field once per computer. It will remain available for any future email messages you compose.

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Enable 'Bcc' in Outlook Web App (OWA) - https://mail.ship.edu

  1. After logging in to Outlook Web App (OWA), click on the New button to begin creating a new mail message.

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  2. Click on the Options... button.

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  3. Click to place a checkbox beside Show Bcc, and click OK.

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The Bcc field will now be available in all future messages you compose from Outlook Web App (OWA).