Temp mail

How to hide recipients of an email on a temporary mail

If you also need to send the same email message to multiple people at the same time but also want to hide the name of the other recipients from the sender too, you need to know that the procedure for doing so exists and is also quite simple. All thanks to the Bcc, an acronym that stands for blind carbon copy, often also known as blind courtesy copy. This option that allows you to hide the recipients of an email, even being not very well known, is actually present on all major clients and email services as well as on many sites that offer a mail-temp service. It is a practice particularly used by those who advertise through email marketing, because apparently makes the message appear as unique and addressed precisely to a particular user who will feel taken into account and will be more likely to pass into action. Whether you’re using a smartphone, tablet or PC, the process remains the same. Let’s see then how to exploit it in favor of our needs, always keeping in mind that even some temp mail services allow the use of BCC.

Steps to hide message recipients

Regardless of whether you are using an app or an email client, the first process is to click on the button that allows you to create a new email message (often represented by a pencil or by the phrase New message). Once opened the form for sending, you will have to proceed to the classic compilation of each section, starting from the Subject and then move to the text of the message, adding in case also an attachment if necessary. The only part to leave blank in this step will be the one that concerns the recipient, or recipients in our case, easily recognizable by the TO. Once the email has been written, using in case the appropriate tools for textual editing and adding some eye-catching images is the time to deal with the blind carbon copy. To proceed to the action you will have to activate the option that reports the wording, in fact, Bcc by pressing on the relevant item located on the menu and entering, separated by commas, the addresses of users to whom you want to send the message. Once you have finished the insertion you can proceed to the sending with the certainty that no recipient can read the addresses of the other people to whom the message is addressed.