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How to blind carbon copy on GoToMeeting invites (BCC)

The CC and BCC options do not appear when I try to schedule a meeting using the Outlook plug-in.The automatically generated email invitation only allows me to enter contacts in the "To:" line. For confidentiality purposes I have to invite people using the bcc option. Right now, I have to copy and paste the text of the message to a new e-mail.
The CC and BCC options work fine when I use the "Meet Now" option. Has anyone else had this problem??

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Re: Where are the cc/bcc options in automatically generated email invites (using Outlook)??

Hi,

This is actually a limitation imposed by Outlook with their meeting invites. Here are a couple of blog posts that discuss ways to work around this:

1. http://www.msoutlook.info/question/388

2. http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/cale...

 

 

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Re: Where are the cc/bcc options in automatically generated email invites (using Outlook)??

Hi,

This is actually a limitation imposed by Outlook with their meeting invites. Here are a couple of blog posts that discuss ways to work around this:

1. http://www.msoutlook.info/question/388

2. http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/cale...

 

 

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Re: Where are the cc/bcc options in automatically generated email invites (using Outlook)??

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Can I Hide My Guest List?.


I will invite 100 people to a GoToMeeting, but I do not want to have 100 emails that all invitees can see. GoToMeeting automatically opens up an invite with a TO box for emails. How do I open up a BCC box for this?
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Re: Where are the cc/bcc options in automatically generated email invites (using Outlook)??

Hello - I have been using a new service from http://31events.com/ . It allows me to send large group invites without participants seeing each other. Another great features is it works great with Constant Contact and Mail Chimp to return a native calendar invite when a recipient clicks a link within an email.

In addition 31events is email client agnostic. That means calendar invites are delivered natively to Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo, etc. They can click "accept or reject". Also with the dashboard in 31events I can see who actually has the event on their calendar and customize my marketing around that information.
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Re: Where are the cc/bcc options in automatically generated email invites (using Outlook)??

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled How to add participants without them seeing the whole invite list and participant....

I am scheduling a meeting, but I do not want all of the email addresses of the invitees to show on the meeting invite (I have tried adding them to the "resources" field in Outlook, nor do I want them to show their names upon signing in to the meeting the day they are a participant.  Is there a way to conceal this information?  Thank you.  
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Re: Where are the cc/bcc options in automatically generated email invites (using Outlook)??

Hi Jennifer, in the meeting you can hide the attendee list so that they cannot see each others information, this article explains how: http://support.citrixonline.com/en_US/meeting/all_files/G2M040013#Hide/Sho

In regards to the email, Outlook does not let you do BCC on meeting invites, so you would need to send individual email invites or use a 3rd party service to send the invites.
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