I use the BCC function in Outlook all the time. It’s very handy for looping in someone under the radar. I also like to use BCC when I send emails to a large number of people or distribution list because if someone uses Reply-All by accident, I’m the only person emailed vs. a large global spam. Fortunately, enabling the BCC filed in Outlook 2010 is simple – here’s how.
Open Outlook 2010 and Compose a new Email
Click the Options tab on the Ribbon
Click the BCC button
All done – Outlook should now show the BCC field in all new emails and replies.