Letter to nana - Yes I know what you mean but I generally...

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Yes I know what you mean but I generally don't send the same email to a lot of different people at once like you do, the only time that usually happens is with group projects, and I don't mind if all the people’s email addresses show up in the message. So to answer your question I usually use the “To” line and don’t bother with the Bcc or Cc. Personally I don’t see the point in the Cc function, it’s totally unnecessary and useless. All it is essentially, is a synonym of the “to” line. It sends the message exactly the same way as it would be sent from the “to” box except when the letters been read, instead of a “to” before the address it says “cc” before the address. It mainly applies to the business world where the cc is intended for someone else who is reading the message but is not the primary recipient. The person in the cc field just needs to know what’s going on but is not meant to reply to anything, as the message is not actually directed to him or her. For
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2010 for the course BA 111 taught by Professor Adams during the Fall '10 term at The University of British Columbia.

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