- Add an “undisclosed recipients” entry to your Yahoo Mail address book.
- Create an undisclosed contact for the recipient in Yahoo Mail
- Send an email to undisclosed recipients
Add an “undisclosed recipients” entry to your Yahoo Mail address book.
If you often use Yahoo Mail to send the same message to multiple people at once, you don’t want all recipients to be able to see other users’ email addresses. To protect people’s privacy, you can create an entry for “unknown recipients” in your address book and then the BCC of all other recipients. Learn how to use this workaround to send email to unknown recipients in Yahoo Mail.
The instructions in this article apply to the standard web version of Yahoo Mail. The steps are the same no matter which browser you use.
Create an undisclosed contact for the recipient in Yahoo Mail
First, create an address book entry for “undisclosed recipients” in Yahoo Mail:
Choose an icon Contacts in the top right corner of Yahoo Mail (to the right of To sort ) to open your address book.
Select new contact on the left panel.
Enter not published in the field Name †
Enter receivers in the field Last name †
Enter your Yahoo email address in the field E-mail and choose Save †
Send an email to undisclosed recipients
To send an email to unknown recipients in Yahoo Mail:
Create a new message and select To who at the top to open the address book.
Scroll down to Undisclosed Recipients and check the box next to him.
either feed not published in the search bar, which will quickly find the item.
Select Finished in the pop-up window to return to the message.
Select CC BCC right of the field To who to open the CC and BCC fields in the email header.
Enter all desired recipients in the field BCC †
You can use an address book group to send messages to multiple people more efficiently.
Compose your message and choose send †
You will receive a copy of the message and your address will appear in the field To who † Recipients can see that the email is from you, but they can’t see the names of other recipients.