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Hur skickar man mötesinbjudan med Bcc i Outlook?

Normalt kan du enkelt kopiera ett e-postmeddelande till mottagare med blindkopia (enkelt kopia) genom att skriva mottagarnas e-postadresser i den kopierade kopian som lagras i Outlook. Det finns dock ingen Bcc arkiverad i mötesfönstret när vi skickar en mötesinbjudan. Vi kan faktiskt skicka mötesinbjudningar med Bcc genom att lägga till resursdeltagare i Outlook.


För att skicka mötesinbjudan med Bcc i Microsoft Outlook kan du göra följande:

1. Växla till kalendervyn och skapa en ny mötesinbjudan:

  1. I Outlook 2010 och 2013 klickar du på Nytt möte knappen på Hem flik;
  2. Klicka på i Outlook 2007 Fil > Ny > Mötesförfrågan.

2. Klicka på i mötesfönstret Till knapp.

3. I dialogrutan Välj deltagare och resurser dyker upp, ta reda på och välj de deltagare som du ska bcc mötet till och klicka sedan på Resurser -> , klicka äntligen på OK knapp. Se skärmdump:

Anmärkningar:
(1) Håll i shift , kan du välja flera angränsande deltagare genom att klicka på den första och den sista;
(2) Håll i ctrl , kan du välja flera deltagare som inte är angränsande genom att klicka på varje deltagare en efter en.

4. Nu kommer du tillbaka till mötesfönstret, komponerar ditt möte och klickar på Skicka knapp.

Notera: Om du behöver kopiera ett möte till deltagare, lägg bara till deltagare i Frivillig arkiveras i dialogrutan Välj deltagare och resurs. Se skärmdump ovan.


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    Michael Moore · 1 months ago
    A problem with this approach is that it requires you to have your invitees in your people list. This is not always practical.
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    Vijay · 3 months ago
    Perfect!! It works very well. Thank You.
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    Miguel · 5 months ago
    This is a brilliant hack, thank you, and it still works (and is needed) in 2021. Moving all the invitees to the Resources box (in desktop Outlook) works. You don't see it in the main invite window though (they still show in the Required box) however if you click the "Required" button to confirm, you'll see your list of invitees still in the resources box. Recipients won't see anybody else on the invite.

    The only downside that I noticed is that depending on the recipient's email platform, you may or may not get Acceptances or Declines to the meeting. In my experiments, Gmail sent a response back that got recorded in the Tracking, but Hotmail didn't send a response even though the recipient clicked Accept.


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    andy · 2 years ago
    This doesn't make it BCC it puts their name in the location it might as well be in the invite this is a gap in Outlook I guess
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    Marta · 4 years ago
    Harish, you are brilliant! Thank you :-)
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    Harish · 4 years ago
    Figured out a way to do this :-) However, it's not straight forward but requires 4 steps :sad:

    (1) Create a meeting invitation and send it to yourself.

    (2) Create a new email, bcc all the recipients.

    (3) Drag and drop meeting invitation from the outlook calendar window into the newly created email window with all the bcc'd recipients (The calendar invitation now appears as an attachment to the newly created email)

    (4) Request all senders to RSVP by following the below instructions

    (a) Open calendar attachment in the bcc'd email.
    (b) Select "copy to my calendar" at the extreme top left corner (of the attached meeting invitation window) which prompts the recipients to either accept,
    tentatively accept or copy the meeting to their calendar.
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      April · 11 months ago
      This worked out very well for me. Thank you so much for the assistance.
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      Lisa · 1 years ago
      Hi Harish - I followed your instructions. The recipient received a message that says: You don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation.
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    Vicky · 4 years ago
    The problem is that the invitees cannot accept or decline via the invite - they have to (know to) open the meeting in the calender and select their response from there.
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    pat monkres · 5 years ago
    Can you elaborate more on how to add Cc's on a meeting invite?
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    pat monkres · 5 years ago
    How do you add CC or Bcc to your meeting invite. I dont want to have directors and ea's on the TO: box.

    Thanks.
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    Matthew · 5 years ago
    This doesn't work. Attendees are in the invite under resources it is not BCC
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      shontel · 4 years ago
      If you send it to a colleague as a test like I did, this does work, they can accept and decline and they don't see who else was invited. yes they come up as resources at your end but they cant see that.
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        Genevieve · 4 years ago
        This does not work, I tested it in house and all staff could see each other as a location
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          Lainie · 4 years ago
          We may have just figured out something. It may be that the actual e-mail field is not displaying. There is a display name that is equal to the e-mail address. We tried changing a display name to "Test" and what appeared was "Test." Now we will research how to take out the display name.
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            cool · 4 years ago
            within location type as online or location name, then choose scheduling and add users as resources.. it worked for me
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          Lainie · 4 years ago
          We are running into the same issue. When we e-mail addresses as a resource they display to everyone. Any help would be appreciated.
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            Mohamed Ibrahim · 1 years ago
            Do the same way as mentioned above and at last in location clear all the mails which you set as for BCC mail and put any name for it and send the mail.
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      Kathy scharmer · 5 years ago
      I found the same thing. I'm trying to send a meeting invite to about 3000 people and don't want them scrolling through the names to get to the meeting invite.
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        Reinier Veral · 3 months ago
        This works but when you delete someone from the resource list (remove a person from the meeting), the invitation gets sent to all the other attendees.