Using Blind Carbon Copy (BCC)
Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) is a feature that allows you to send emails to multiple recipients without revealing the email addresses of the recipients to each other.
To use BCC when sending an email in most email programs, you need to enter the recipient’s email address in the ‘BCC’ field instead of the ‘To’ field. The email addresses in the ‘BCC’ field will be invisible to the other recipients.
Note: All email clients are not the same, so you may need to refer to your email client’s help menu for instructions on how to use the BCC feature.
Using a Group Mailing Service
If you need to send emails to multiple recipients, you can use a group mailing service such as UseBouncer. With UseBouncer, you can create a group and add multiple contacts, then send emails to the entire group without revealing the email addresses of the recipients to each other. UseBouncer also offers features such as automatic unsubscribing, custom fields, and instant preview.
Group mailing services are useful when you need to send emails to a large number of recipients and need to do it quickly and easily.