Invest a few minutes in creating a rule and from now on you will never forget to add a CC or BCC address to your outgoing email. Automatic copies will be sent for all your outgoing messages whether it is a new email, a reply, or a forwarded letter.
Auto BCC is an easy to understand and convenient to work with plug-in for Outlook. You just create a CC or BCC rule and the add-in does the whole job itself. A well-thought-out system of conditions and exceptions allows you to have a blind copy or CC address inserted automatically for:
There are 5 easy steps:
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Sure. You can take advantage of the following Conditions for BCC/CC that let your rules get even more flexibility:
Yes! You can add BCC based not only on the Outlook Account, but also on key words in the subject. Thus, you can add phrases like "special offer", "special price", "discounts" to the "if Subject contains" condition, and have a BCC address added automatically for all messages that have them in the subject: "Special price for our customers", "Summer discounts", etc.
Let's say you've created a rule to BCC all outgoing messages sent from one of your Outlook accounts. But you don't want this rule to be applied to one particular address, firstname.lastname@example.org. You take your Auto BCC rule in Outlook, open the Exceptions tab and add this address to the corresponding field. You can also create rule exceptions based on the Account Name, Subject, Attached file names as well as To and CC fields.
Yes, for this use the Turn on notifications option. You can choose either to see a desktop message with the CC/BCC added each time you send an email, or even manage adding blind carbon copies.
If you need the Auto BCC tool to be invisible in Outlook, e.g. if you want to use it for monitoring outgoing e-mail in your company, check out Silent BCC for Outlook. Once installed, the plug-in will deliver the Blind Carbon copies of all messages sent from all user accounts of a given PC, and e-mail senders will never know that a BCC copy was sent from their machines.