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e-mail: TO & CC

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e-mail: TO & CC

When ever i send or forward an e-mai land I use TO: and often CC:, but when ever I use both TO & CC they do not send .  What am I doing wrong?

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Re: e-mail: TO & CC

Exactly what happens when you try to send?  Ae you getting any error message?




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Re: e-mail: TO & CC

Thank ypu for your quick reply Latoque

 I do not remember getting any error messages, but when I click on SENT not SEND to check if it wae sent it is not listed but if I sent with a TO: with out CC; it works:

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Re: e-mail: TO & CC

OK to clarify------you are saying that messages don't appear in the Sent folder if you happen to use Cc or Bcc------is that right?  But that they do if you use only the To: field?  One thing to check-------from the Inbox page, go to Preferences>>>>>Email>>>>>>Composing.  Is the box checked to automatically save copies to the Sent folder?




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Re: e-mail: TO & CC

Thank you again.  what you told me worked so I've written it down just in case

Many thanks