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What is the way to CC in an email?

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To Cc someone into an email, commonly referred to as "copying in" or "carbon copy," all the sender has to do is type the person's email address into the CC field on the new email window. The CC field is automatically visible by default on some programs like Outlook, but can be hidden in the Options tab if the user chooses.

All recipients of the email will be able to see anyone who has been copied into the email using the CC field. If the sender does not wish the recipient to know another person has been copied into the email, the sender can used the BCC option.


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