Resources will be listed in the Location field - the sender will need to delete the BCC'd names from the Location field. If the Location field is empty, type in a location, otherwise Outlook will add the Resources back to the Location field. Fill in the fields and click OK. To Schedule a Meeting Request: Click the New Meeting button on the Ribbon and in the Tofield type the contact that you wish to include. To Schedule an All Day Event: Click New Items arrow on the Ribbon and select New All Day Event from the menu. Outlook 2010, Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2016. When composing a message, select the Options tab and press the “Show BCC” and “Show From” buttons to enable them. When you use Outlook 2013 or Outlook 2016 and reply or forward an email from the Reading Pane, the Show Fields group can be found all the way to the right on the Message tab.
NOTE: This document applies to Outlook 2016 for Mac, released in late 2015. For information about how to complete this task using the previous version of Outlook available for Mac, see: Document 31923 is unavailable at this time. This document describes how to customize and organize Outlook windows. For example, to create more space to see your mail and calendar items, you can hide some elements. Within each view you can also move, add, remove, or re-size columns so that information is presented in the way that you want to see it.
Customize Outlook Window. This illustration shows the main elements of the Outlook window labeled 1-6.
Toolbar. Ribbon. Navigation Pane. View switcher. Item List. Reading Pane Minimize or expand the ribbon You can minimize the ribbon so that only tabs appear.
On the right side of the ribbon click. Turn off the Unified Inbox By default, the Outlook folder list (folder list: The list of your mail folders visible in the navigation pane, which is the pane on the left side of the main Outlook window. The folder list is only visible in Mail view.) groups similar folders, such as inboxes, from all your mail and Microsoft Exchange accounts.
This feature can make it easier to read all your messages at one time, without having to move around between mail folders. If you want, you can turn off this feature so that each account and all its folders are separated in the folder list. On the Outlook menu, click Preferences. Under Personal Settings, click General. Under Folder list, clear the Group similar folders, such as inboxes, from different accounts check box. Change the text size for the item list Important: This feature/action is currently not available. Microsoft is aware of the issue.
On the Outlook menu, click Preferences. Under Personal Settings, click Fonts.
Under Item lists, on the Font size pop-up menu, click an option. Change the sort order in the item list. On the Organize tab, click Arrange By, and then select the desired sort option Reposition or hide the reading pane The reading pane can be positioned on the right of the Outlook window, below the item list, or hidden. On the Organize tab, click Reading Pane, and then click an option. Change the size of text for messages in the reading pane. Go to an e-mail as if you were going to read it. Click the Format menu, click Increase Font Size or Decrease Font Size.
After you turn on the Bcc box, it appears every time you create a message until it's turned off. The option to turn on the Bcc field can be found in two locations, depending on whether you are composing a new message or replying to or forwarding a message. Create a new email message or reply to or forward an existing message. If the message you're composing opens in a new window, select Options Bcc. If the message you're composing opens in the Reading Pane, select Bcc from the ribbon. In the Bcc box, add recipients, compose the message, and choose Send when done. Turn off Bcc You can turn off the Bcc box for future messages at any time.
Create a new email message or reply to or forward an existing message. If the message you're composing opens in a new window, select Options Bcc. If the message you're composing opens in the Reading Pane, select Bcc from the ribbon. Note: The background color distinguishes between the Bcc button being turned on or turned off. A dark background means the button is turned on, and a light background means it's turned off.
View Bcc recipients If you're the recipient of a message, you can't see whether the sender added Bcc recipients. Only the sender of a message can see the names of Bcc recipients by opening a message in the Sent Items folder where all sent messages are stored by default.
In the Sent Items folder, open the message that you sent. In the Reading Pane, view the header section of the message. Note: The background color distinguishes between the Bcc button being turned on or turned off.
A dark background means the button is turned on, and a light background means it's turned off. View Bcc recipients If you're the recipient of a message, you can't see whether the sender added Bcc recipients. Only the sender of a message can see the names of Bcc recipients by opening a message in the Sent Items folder where all sent messages are stored by default. In the Sent Items folder, open the message that you sent. In the Reading Pane, view the header section of the message. Pave the way Before you add an intended recipient's name to the Bcc box in a message, make sure that the recipient is expecting your message. That person may need to take steps to establish you as a safe sender (or a safe recipient, if your name will be in the To box of the message).
Why is this necessary? Using Bcc is a favorite technique of spammers.
Therefore, many junk email filters flag messages that use the Bcc box as junk. So if your intended recipient has not added your name to the Safe Senders List in Microsoft Outlook, your message may go straight to the Junk email folder or its equivalent. For more information about setting up the junk email filter in Outlook, see. Think before you include a distribution list in the Bcc box People who use rules to sort their email into folders will be inconvenienced if you list the name of the distribution list in the Bcc box. Because their rules depend on the name of the distribution list being in the To box or Cc box, your message will not be sorted according to their rules. Know your limits Many email service providers set limits for the number of names that can be included in the To, Cc, and Bcc boxes in a message.
For example, your email service provider may limit each message to a maximum of 100 email addresses. If these addresses are distributed among the To, Cc, and Bcc boxes, remember that the names in the Bcc box will count toward your total limit. Ask your email service provider about the policies for your account.
Tip: Consider using mail merge in Microsoft Office Word 2007 as an alternative to Bcc. With mail merge, you can quickly send the same email message to individual recipients. Mail merge allows you to do a mass mailing with just one name in the To box of the message. Help curb a conversation that has gone wild Here is one situation in which using Bcc for a distribution list or a large number of names can be helpful. Suppose you send a message with a large number of people listed in the To box.
The discussion starts to get lively, and everyone wants to give an opinion. The number of messages increases drastically because many recipients reply with the sentiment 'please stop replying all to this message.' The problem is that when they do this, they click Reply to All. One way to curb the use of the Reply to All option is to respond and put the name of the distribution list in the Bcc box. For example, you can click Reply, put only your name in the To box, move the distribution list to the Bcc box, and write a message similar to the following: 'I appreciate peoples' thoughts on this issue.
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If you have further comments, please respond to me directly. (I have put this distribution list in the Bcc box to cut down on the reply-to-all messages.)'.