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Outlook 2007 - BCC & CC an appointment [message #422838] Mon, 29 September 2008 15:07 Go to next message
Jody  is currently offline Jody
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How do I blind copy and copy some one when I am scheduling an appointment in
Outlook 2007?
thx
Re: Outlook 2007 - BCC & CC an appointment [message #423056] Tue, 30 September 2008 00:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
judy[1]  is currently offline judy[1]
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You can have optional attendees which is a little like a CC.

To send an invitation to a person without letting the others know, send them
an email and use Insert Item to send the meeting information to them after
you send the invitation to the attendees.

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"F.H. Muffman" <f.h.muffman@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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>> How do I blind copy and copy some one when I am scheduling an
>> appointment in Outlook 2007?
>
> You can't. What are you trying to accomplish? Surprise guest?
>
> --
> -f.h.
>
>
Re: Outlook 2007 - BCC & CC an appointment [message #423382] Tue, 30 September 2008 09:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jody  is currently offline Jody
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FH, Your rude response was unnecessary. You do not know the circumstances
that require me to have to do this. For your information this was at the
request of a superviser due to certain business requirements set by the
company.

"F.H. Muffman" wrote:

> > How do I blind copy and copy some one when I am scheduling an
> > appointment in Outlook 2007?
>
> You can't. What are you trying to accomplish? Surprise guest?
>
> --
> -f.h.
>
>
>
Re: Outlook 2007 - BCC & CC an appointment [message #423666] Tue, 30 September 2008 16:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
f.h.muffman  is currently offline f.h.muffman
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>>> How do I blind copy and copy some one when I am scheduling an
>>> appointment in Outlook 2007?
>>>
>> You can't. What are you trying to accomplish? Surprise guest?
>
> FH, Your rude response was unnecessary. You do not know the
> circumstances that require me to have to do this. For your
> information this was at the request of a superviser due to certain
> business requirements set by the company.

I'm sorry you mistook 'brusque' for 'rude', as I had no intentions of being
rude.

As for me not knowing the circumstances that require you to have this, that
would be the precise reason why I asked 'What are you trying to accomplish?'

Because, by knowing the circumstance that require you to have this, I might
have been able to give you a workaround that would work.
--
f.h.
RE: Outlook 2007 - BCC & CC an appointment [message #443957] Mon, 17 November 2008 12:11 Go to previous message
John  is currently offline John
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I have a similar need. I want to invite people to a meeting without sharing
people's email addresses with everybody else. Is there a way of doing that
without the above email attachment idea?
JC

"Jody" wrote:

> How do I blind copy and copy some one when I am scheduling an appointment in
> Outlook 2007?
> thx
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