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Nexus One: Add the CC and BCC Fields to a Composed Message

If you wish to include other recipients to a composed email message, even though they aren’t the primary one, you can use Cc or Bcc to do this. Cc (carbon copy) will send the message, allowing all recipients to see the address of the Cc recipient while Bcc (blind carbon copy) will keep all addresses included in its field from being displayed to recipients of the message. This can be done in either the Mail app or the Gmail app.

1. Open either the Mail or Gmail application.

2. Select the Menu key.

3. Select Compose and address it to the primary recipient in the To field
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3. Select the Menu key.

4. Select Add Cc/Bcc. In the Mail app it will be on the left,

while on the Gmail app, it is on the right.

5. Add the desired recipients in the appropriate field(s) and send your message.

Rob Rogers
Rob Rogers
Once a prolific author here on Tech-Recipes, Rob has moved on to greener pastures.
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