aol email

  rocker2007 13:42 24 Jun 2007
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hi, i am using aol email for my own use. now i send out a newsletter to a lot of people, now what i need to know is how can i stop other people(the ones im sending the email to) from seeing everyone elses email address?

  Kaacee 14:35 24 Jun 2007

rocker207

When you send email in the "send to" box put each name in ( ) as an example... ([email protected] aol.com)then separate with a comma , (Jill @aol.com), etc etc

  baldtaco 14:37 24 Jun 2007

rocker2007, hola

The simple standard procedure is to mail it to yourself and add all the address as blind carbon copies [enter them in the Bcc field].

Unless there's some oddity about AOL I'm not aware of that'll do it.

  Miros 14:51 24 Jun 2007

Is correct I have just tried it mailing to my other address's and it does work. You will receive a copy back.
This is certainly true if use AOL web mail.

  Miros 14:52 24 Jun 2007

Sorry, Correction.
This is certainly true if you use AOL web mail.

  baldtaco 15:56 24 Jun 2007

Miros, hey

Thanks for feedback

k+

  Miros 16:01 24 Jun 2007

Your welcome, you may get one from rocker2007 now!:-)

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