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trouble with bcc in Entourage


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#1 forrestmage

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Posted 01 April 2010 - 10:50 AM

I hope this is the right forum- Entourage is a business app and not an OS lol . Anyway, I have an iMac in an Exchange/AD environment. I got Entourage sending and receiving email fine, except if I change the "From" address, and put the recipient address(es) in the bcc field. The message seems to send and moves to sent items, but the email never goes out. If I add any recipients into the cc or To fields, the email goes out to them, but not to the bcc recipients. I can't seem to find anyone with this same issue.

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Posted 02 April 2010 - 04:06 PM

Not familiar with the app, but sounds like the mail server is not recognizing Entourages BCC field. I would contact the mail server admin and see if the server is seeing BCC incoming.

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