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Old 10-13-2005, 09:54 AM
John Strung
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Is there any workaround to allow Outlook 2003 to print the BCC field of a sent message?
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Old 10-17-2005, 07:09 AM
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www.outlookprinter.com is able to do this.

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Old 10-17-2005, 09:54 AM
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Thanks. That seems like a rather expensive solution, though, especially for 50 users. I have seen a suggestion elsewhere of using a custom form and may give that at try.
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Old 11-22-2005, 03:31 PM
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Default Printing Hard Copy of Who Was In The BCC Field

The work around I was using was with Win98. I would send a copy of the e-mail to myself. Then when I received the e-mail and after I had deleted it, I think I went to the deleted e-mail folder and there was a traking tab at the top of the e-mail message screen. I would select this tab print a tracking record copy which printed who the e-mail went to including BCC recipiants. I have since upgraded to XP and have not figured out how to get this tracking feature to work agian. Does this make sense to anyone can anyone tell me how to get the e-mail tracking to work in XP.
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Old 11-22-2005, 04:48 PM
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OK this is what I did to get it to work in XP.
1) Send a copy of the e-mail to yourself. I don't think it matters whether you put yourself in the "TO" field or "BCC"
2) Send the e-mail.
3) After you receive the e-mail to yourself you will also receive a delivery receipt that you have received the e-mail to yourself. (you have to turn this feature on to Request a Delivery Receipt)
4) Delete the delivery recept to yourself.
5) After you delete the delivery receipt to yourself go into your SENT messages folder and open the sent message. The envelope icon of the massage should have an (i) in a circle super-imposed over the envelope icon. This (i) appears when you delete the delivery receipt to yourself as stated above.
6) When you open the sent message at the top of the message screen you should see a Tracking tab.
7) Select the Tracking tab, and you will see everybody listed who you sent the e-mail to, (including BCC recipiants).
8) Print this page.
While I got this page to print OK in WIN98 I haven't yet got it to print OK in XP. I'm still working on that problem.
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