If you send emails to a group of people who don't know each other you might like to ensure you keep each recipient’s email address private from the other recipients. This is commonly known as emailing to ‘undisclosed recipients’.
A good example could be when you are sending your clients a company newsletter or invites to a company event.
If they don’t know each other you could upset a few people if you share their information without their prior agreement.
How to send an email to a group of recipients without showing all the email addresses
In this post I'm going to share with you how to make sure you don't upset anyone by sharing their private information with all of the recipients of your email.
I hear way too often, people telling me that they've done this and they've gotten into trouble and I don't want it to be you!
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