how to cc: on email

July 13, 2014 at 16:24:25
Specs: Windows 7
when i try to CC: to send an email, the to: is changed to the persons that i am trying to copy

How do I send a to: and cc; individuals


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July 13, 2014 at 20:31:09
This depends on how you handle your emails. Are you using a webmail service like gmail or yahoo mail, or are you using a program on your computer like Outlook or Thunderbird? Most services and programs offer a couple of options on emails and replies. Many have multiple lines and you type or select the recipient for each line and often you can also select cc or bcc for each line. Many also allow you to type or select multiple recipients on a single line separated by a comma or semicolon and many allow both options.
Either post exactly how you handle your emails or experiment a bit with these options and see how they work.

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July 14, 2014 at 05:02:12
Thunderbird was installed to make it easier. However, In my case it seems to be more difficult. I had been using outlook express. This problem happens when i go to the address book for contacts. I will select to: add a name, then select cc: add a name but then the cc:name replaces the to: Help!

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