7 thoughts on “To cc or bcc – That is the Question!

  1. I never cc my clients on an email. My fear is that they will hit reply all and respond with confidential information in their email. If I send an email that I want my clients to see, I forward it to them after I send it.

  2. Great post, Bev. I never cc or bc our clients simultaneously on email correspondence. If they have email, I do forward them a copy in a separate email; otherwise they get a snail mail copy (it’s their case and I want them to informed). I’ve always done it this way, not wanting to accidentally give out our client’s email address, or even worse, having our client accidentally hit “Reply All”.

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