on 14/08/02 10:25 AM, Manuel Lemos ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> Of course not. Bcc headers are virtual. They do not get sent with
> messages that are delivered to any of the recipients. Do you seen any
> Bcc headers in this message that you got from this mailing list?
No, good point. Maybe i'm confusing it with something else I've seen on
this list -- perhaps 2000 emails in the "To:" is the problem :)
So, Bcc is definitely an option -- the only problem I've now got is
personalisation. I like to be able to provide detailed things such as:
You are subscribed as [EMAIL PROTECTED] To unsubscribe, click on this link:
http://site.com/mail.phpaction=off&id=187 etc etc etc.
Even seeing your address in the "To:" can help you unsubscribe (I for
example have multiple address', so trying to unsubscribe from Bcc stuff is a
huge pain sometimes), and this isn't available with Bcc.
I think my ISP also puts a restriction of 100 address' per sent email... or
maybe that's just a rumour :)
Thanks for your help.
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