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release_7.1 [2017/07/29 13:04]
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release_7.1 [2017/07/29 13:05] (current)
admin [Bcc Support]
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 To make an email address not be visible to other recipients, go to "​Account"​ | "​Logins"​ and drill down on any login. ​ There you'll notice a new "Is '​Bcc'​ email address?"​ option. ​ Thereafter, when you add the youth to the recipient list, that login will be added to the BCC header. ​ Additionally,​ if you go into "​Account"​ | "​Scouts"​ | <some scout> | "​Contacts"​ you'll notice that the other email addresses can now be classified as "​To"​ or "​Bcc"​ addresses. To make an email address not be visible to other recipients, go to "​Account"​ | "​Logins"​ and drill down on any login. ​ There you'll notice a new "Is '​Bcc'​ email address?"​ option. ​ Thereafter, when you add the youth to the recipient list, that login will be added to the BCC header. ​ Additionally,​ if you go into "​Account"​ | "​Scouts"​ | <some scout> | "​Contacts"​ you'll notice that the other email addresses can now be classified as "​To"​ or "​Bcc"​ addresses.
  
-Some sections further insist that ''​NO'' ​email addresses ever be visible in any emails. ​ Therefore, there is now an account preference that ensures that ''​none'' ​of the recipients'​ email addresses are visible to any another recipient. ​  To enable this feature go to "​Account"​ | "​Advanced"​ and toggle the new "Only '​Bcc'​ email recipients"​ option. ​ When this is enabled, then ''​every'' ​email address is treated like a Bcc address.+Some sections further insist that //NO// email addresses ever be visible in any emails. ​ Therefore, there is now an account preference that ensures that //none// of the recipients'​ email addresses are visible to any another recipient. ​  To enable this feature go to "​Account"​ | "​Advanced"​ and toggle the new "Only '​Bcc'​ email recipients"​ option. ​ When this is enabled, then //every// email address is treated like a Bcc address.
  
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