Re: howto bcc the bcc's in mutt
On Wed, Aug 14, 2002 at 04:09:16AM +0000, p wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 14, 2002 at 12:02:36PM +1000, Chris Kenrick wrote:
> > On Wed, Aug 14, 2002 at 01:56:01AM +0000, p wrote:
> > > debs,
> > >
> > > prelim: i just got a promotion--sysop of a
> > > hundred-user network. ...peanuts
> > > to most on the list, probably....
> > Congratulations on the promotion, and good luck!
> thx. hopefully, i'll be able to populate the
> system with linux, debian, of course!
> > >
> > > prob: when i fire up mutt for emailing
> > > those 100 users. i'd like to bcc
> > > each user without the other 99
> > > users' email addys being included
> > > in the bcc. (so, each user's bcc
> > > header only has 1 email addy in it,
> > > not 100.)
> > >
> > > q: is there a way for mutt to bcc the
> > > bcc's?
> > I don't follow you here. The recipient of the email can only see the To
> > and cc headers, but nothing at all for bcc. So doesn't it do what you
> > want already?
> > - Chris
> ...sorry, i knew that my setup wasn't as complete
> as it should've been.
> for example:
> i have the 100 users's email addys as
> an alias in .muttrc.
> i send the same email to each of the
> 100 users by addressing it to myself
> and "bcc-ing" it to the 100 users.
> what i've seen is that the 100 users'
> email addys are in the "resent-to"
> header (like the attached, test
> email). what i'm hoping is that
> _each user_ doesn't have to see the
> other user's email addys, like what
> the "list" (deb-user) does--we get
> list emails without seeing who else
> gets them.
> is this "bcc biz" the wrong approach?
No, if all is configured properly then the bcc approach should work
fine. Sounds like your mail delivery agent (MDA) might be at fault
here. Which MDA are you using?