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How to Print BCC copy for my record keeping.

By ravin_6764 ·
i have secretary whom would like to print their bosses mail with th eBCC copy attached.When i explained that the BCC copy cannot be printed because the usage of BCC is to prevent others see to whom the mail has been sent other then the the "TO: " and "CC:" copy.

Well my suggestion to them , still tehy insist to print the mail with BCC copy is that you can print Screen the mail before you press the Send button.
There you go , now you can have the BCC and the CC copy in you files.

Thanks.

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Paranoia

by BFilmFan In reply to How to Print BCC copy fo ...

Why not just install a mail-archiving program and turn on journaling. Then every piece of email flowing through the system is recorded.

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Or...

by Jessie In reply to How to Print BCC copy fo ...

just BCC yourself, and print that...

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VBA code to print bcc

by hb.chew In reply to How to Print BCC copy fo ...

Function GetCurrentItem() As Object
Dim objApp As Outlook.Application

Set objApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
On Error Resume Next
Select Case TypeName(objApp.ActiveWindow)
Case "Explorer"
Set GetCurrentItem = objApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection.Item(1)
Case "Inspector"
Set GetCurrentItem = objApp.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
Case Else
' anything else will result in an error, which is
' why we have the error handler above
End Select

Set objApp = Nothing
End Function
Sub PrintWithBCC()
Dim objItem As Object
Dim objProp As Outlook.UserProperty
On Error Resume Next

' uses the GetCurrentItem function
Set objItem = GetCurrentItem()
If objItem.MessageClass = "IPM.Note" Then
Set objProp = objItem.UserProperties("Bcc")
If objProp Is Nothing Then
Set objProp = objItem.UserProperties.Add("Bcc", olText, True)
End If

' next statement will trigger security prompt in Outlook 2000 & 2002
' consider using Redemption from http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/
objProp.Value = objItem.BCC
objItem.PrintOut
objProp.Delete
objItem.Save
End If



End Sub


Thanks to Sue Mosher....
www.outlookcode.com

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Thanks for sharing this VBA-code

by pieter.bos In reply to VBA code to print bcc

Hello hb.chew,

It works great, even with very long BCC-lists and your post helped me solve a not so trivial user-request in a very simple way.

Thanx,

Pieter Bos

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