Is it possible to send a blind copy of a private message to someone?

    Is it possible to send a blind copy of a private message to someone?

    post #1 of 11
    Thread Starter 

    It was possible on the old interface. How about now? If so, how do you do it? I can't figure it out. 

     

    Thanks very much :-)

    post #2 of 11

    I think that you can only send the same message to multiple recipients at the same time, or forward a sent or received message to someone other than the original recipient, bluemoon.

    post #3 of 11
    When sending a message to more than one person, an option to make it a group message, as opposed to individual messages, pops up. Maybe the list of recipients isn't seen by everyone when the individual option is chosen?
    post #4 of 11

    Thanks for clarifying, socalwoman - so the options for multiple recipients are now 'Group Message' (like a private thread between all recipients) or 'Individual Recipients"-  which is instead of the old 'c.c.'.

    The option only pops up on the right hand side of the 'To' field after more than one recipient has been entered.

    post #5 of 11
    Thread Starter 

    Thanks, Ipp and Socalwoman. I'd sure want to know if sending it to individuals is like sending a cc or a bc before I tried it :-)

    post #6 of 11

    You're welcome bluemoon & agree :)

    post #7 of 11
    My pleasure. Maybe someone can send us a test message both ways so we can see the difference and know for sure what happens.
    post #8 of 11

    O.K.

    Edit - Clarified that 'individual' messages are private to each recipient who cannot see other recipients, but 'Group' ones include all participants in all activity.

    post #9 of 11
    Just dues to IPP and BlueMoon for their efforts checking this out.
    post #10 of 11

    Joint effort - many thanks too :)

    post #11 of 11
    Thread Starter 

    Teamwork, the willingness to help each other and share information and cooperation - just a few of the aspects of basenotes that makes it a pleasure to be a part of this community. 

    Thanks to all!

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    6/6/13 at 4:17pm

    bluemoon said:



    It was possible on the old interface. How about now? If so, how do you do it? I can't figure it out. 

     

    Thanks very much :-)

    6/11/13 at 11:48am

    lpp said:



    I think that you can only send the same message to multiple recipients at the same time, or forward a sent or received message to someone other than the original recipient, bluemoon.

    6/11/13 at 12:01pm

    socalwoman said:



    When sending a message to more than one person, an option to make it a group message, as opposed to individual messages, pops up. Maybe the list of recipients isn't seen by everyone when the individual option is chosen?

    6/11/13 at 12:17pm

    lpp said:



    Thanks for clarifying, socalwoman - so the options for multiple recipients are now 'Group Message' (like a private thread between all recipients) or 'Individual Recipients"-  which is instead of the old 'c.c.'.

    The option only pops up on the right hand side of the 'To' field after more than one recipient has been entered.

    6/12/13 at 11:28am

    bluemoon said:



    Thanks, Ipp and Socalwoman. I'd sure want to know if sending it to individuals is like sending a cc or a bc before I tried it :-)

    6/12/13 at 11:32am

    lpp said:



    You're welcome bluemoon & agree :)

    6/12/13 at 11:41am

    socalwoman said:



    My pleasure. Maybe someone can send us a test message both ways so we can see the difference and know for sure what happens.

    6/12/13 at 11:44am

    lpp said:



    O.K.

    Edit - Clarified that 'individual' messages are private to each recipient who cannot see other recipients, but 'Group' ones include all participants in all activity.

    6/12/13 at 12:21pm

    socalwoman said:



    Just dues to IPP and BlueMoon for their efforts checking this out.

    6/12/13 at 12:35pm

    lpp said:



    Joint effort - many thanks too :)

    6/13/13 at 9:33am

    bluemoon said:



    Teamwork, the willingness to help each other and share information and cooperation - just a few of the aspects of basenotes that makes it a pleasure to be a part of this community. 

    Thanks to all!