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Chocolate that won't melt is like ice developing at room temperature: interesting — and counterproductive. The ice is in my drink to chill it and the chocolate in my mouth to melt.
Still, both can be very useful. The same is true, of course, for email recipients that do not show up as recipients in the messages they get:
›› If you want to send an email to a number of people but do it so that the email addresses of all these people are not shared with other recipients, a little trick and the Bcc: field in Gmail are all you need.
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October 22, 2007 at 5:50 pm
(1) Marlene says:

Not shred? Perhaps you mean shared?

October 24, 2007 at 4:09 am
(2) Heinz Tschabitscher says:

Marlene,

thanks a lot for the alert!

Shredding all these people’s addresses? Nothing could be further from crossing our minds, right?

February 17, 2009 at 5:17 pm
(3) Tomas says:

What I would like to know is this: When someone sends me an email with obvious political crap, giving me false information, and they put “undisclosed-recipient” in their email address, how can I respond with the truth to those hidden people? They need to know that what I’m receiving is false, sometimes bigoted stuff that needs to be refuted.

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