Who the heck did I send that to??
February 9, 2006 10:43 AM   Subscribe

Outlook Express: Is there an easy way to open a message in my Sent Messages folder and see who I sent the message to as a BCC?

In Outlook (not Express), I can easily view the list of everyone I sent a particular email to just by opening the message as saved in the Sent Messages folder -- the list of addresses is all right there. In Outlook Express, I can't seem to replicate this function. Is there some setting I can change that will allow me (the sender) to view whom I sent this email to?

This answer on a Outlook Express help site seems to say that there is no such setting, but I was hoping the collective wisdom of MeFi might have a better answer than File -> Properties -> Details.
posted by anastasiav to Computers & Internet (2 answers total)
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posted by charmston at 11:33 AM on February 9, 2006

file-properties-details works for me in Outlook Express 6 - I just now checked that it worked.

I highlight the message, right click and select properties and then select the details tab - the bcc info is there. Otherwise open the message, select file and then properties and details. What version of Outlook Express are you using (perhaps that matters)?
posted by caddis at 11:35 AM on February 9, 2006

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