If I send an e-mail in mutt and bcc some recipients, I seem to be able to see the BCC headers in the received e-mails. Now to my mind, this defeats the object of Bcc.
You're quite right.
This e-mail was bcc'd to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
No BCC: header made it this far, not surprisingly-- the FreeBSD MX's would trim it.
Can anyone tell me how to disable this? Is this a mutt issue or an exim issue ?
exim, I would think, although that might depend on whether mutt is calling exim via the command line, or sending mail via SMTP.
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