I want to be able to see the BCC field of messages arriving to one mail account.
CC stands for "carbon copy". It tells everyone involved that the message is intended for the "To" recipient, but that everyone in the "CC" field has received a copy.
BCC stands for "blind carbon copy". The idea is that BCC recipients get copies, but no one knows about it.
In all cases, the email program shouldn't include the BCC header when sending. I did use a program (ccMail by Lotus) about 10 years ago that DID actually include the BCC field (which could be quite embarrassing).
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