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    Question Using BCC in Mail
    I have been everything but cannot find out how to add "bcc" as an option when composing mail. When forwarding something I like using the bcc option because it does not expose everyone elses email address to the world but cannot figure out how to add it so it shows up in a message I am composing. Is there a way?? Thanks in advance.

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    When you compose a new message, there is a drop down menu to the left of the Subject line that allows you to add the BCC field.
    I posted a picture to show you where it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    When you compose a new message, there is a drop down menu to the left of the Subject line that allows you to add the BCC field.
    I posted a picture to show you where it is.
    Thank you - sorry to have bothered you with such a small thing.

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    I remember you when you where just known as:

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    Wow, things have really changed...iWhat too...I have been away for too long it looks like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapaNoHair
    Thank you - sorry to have bothered you with such a small thing.
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    You're welcome. Not a small thing at all, as it took me a while to find it the first time I ever used it, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    When you compose a new message, there is a drop down menu to the left of the Subject line that allows you to add the BCC field.
    I posted a picture to show you where it is.
    That is odd - opened it and that does not show in mine - wonder if my version does not have that feature? I am using 10.3.9.

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    Open a new message to compose and hit "Command + Option + B".
    That should bring up the BCC field.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    Open a new message to compose and hit "Command + Option + B".
    That should bring up the BCC field.
    That did it - thanks!

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