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Phaethar

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Hey all,

Just had a quick question. Some of my users have asked me if there's a way to show who a message was BCC'd to when looking through their sent items folder. It seems to be hiding anyone that was included in that field, which makes sense from a delivery standpoint, but seems a bit odd when it's hidden from the original sender's view as well.

So, is there a known way to get those to show up for the original sender?

Using KMS 6.1.0 with patch 6 on a Linux server, and clients are all using Webmail from WinXP/2k.

Thanks.
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sedell

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This appears to be a bug or a feature not implemented in webmail.

If you send the message using Outlook, it does store the BCC info and display it back. Opening the message in webmail doesn't display the BCC info.

If you send the message through webmail, the doesn't appear to be stored and doesn't show up when the message is opened in Outlook.

It looks like you'll have to contact support and submit a bug report/feature request on it. It'll probably end up a feature request since it doesn't look like the functionality is there, although it should be.

Scott
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