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How to Add Bcc: Recipients to an Email in Yahoo! Mail

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Surely, it must be possible to send the same email to more than one recipient. And can you not separate recipients by semicolon (';') in the To: line to add them up? You can.

Surely, though, it must be possible to send the same email to more than one recipient — with all the additional receivers hidden from each other. Using the Bcc: line (and separating multiple addresses with semicolons in it), you can. In Yahoo! Mail, you just have to reveal that line.

Add Bcc: Recipients to an Email in Yahoo! Mail

To send a message to Bcc: recipients from Yahoo! Mail:

  • Start with a new message by clicking the Compose button or pressing n.
  • Click CC (at the To line's right end).
  • Now click BCC.
  • Type the desired recipients' email addresses in the BCC field or click BCC to select addressees from your Yahoo! Mail address book.
    • For the message to be correctly composed, an address needs to appear in the To field. You cannot fill just the BCC field. If you want no To: recipient visible to all others, you can put your own Yahoo! Mail address in the To field.
  • Continue composing your message.

Add Bcc: Recipients to an Email in Yahoo! Mail Classic

To send a message to hidden Bcc: recipients in Yahoo! Mail Classic:

  • Click Compose to start a new message.
  • Click Add BCC (above the To: line).
  • Type the desired recipients' email addresses in the Bcc: field or click Bcc: to select addressees from your Yahoo! Mail address book.
    • Your message also needs needs at least one addressee in the To: line. If you want no recipient to be visible, you can enter your own Yahoo! Mail address in the To: field.
    • Continue composing your message.

(Updated November 2013)

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