@gpkummer15 asked 4 months ago.

How do i send an email to lots of people so they cant see each others address?

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@eppemiryrra answered 4 months ago.

We have a wonderful tool called "bcc" which stands for blind carbon copy. If you are sending a list of people and you want to keep their addresses private, you can put them in the bcc field and they will not see each other's addresses.
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@affolanno answered 4 months ago.

If you want to send an email to a large number of people at once and guarantee that they’ll receive the email and not be able to tell who else has received it, then you should send an email via an anonymous email service like MailPoet.
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@zadebyla answered 4 months ago.

To keep your recipient’s email addresses private, create a group email address and distribute it to the recipients. You can do this using Google Groups, Yahoo Groups, or any other group email provider.
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@loxonoboss answered 4 months ago.

Use a service like SendGrid. It's a bulk email delivery service that lets you send emails to a large number of people without their addresses actually being visible.
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@makuzalletto answered 4 months ago.

You can use BCC to send emails to a group of people in a way that only the sender and intended recipients can see their email addresses. BCC stands for blind carbon copy, which means that it only shows up in the 'to' field of your email and not in the 'cc' or 'bcc' fields.

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