Receiving Unwanted Bcc's

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mlspies

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Oct 30, 2007
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Hi guys, got my phone almost two weeks ago and am loving it. Only one real problem, I use gmail, and receive bcc's of all my outgoing mail in my phone inbox. I have the option in my phone turned off, but I am still receiving bcc's on emails I send from my mac. Help!

Thanks,

Mark
 

swampduck

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Oct 19, 2007
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Hi guys, got my phone almost two weeks ago and am loving it. Only one real problem, I use gmail, and receive bcc's of all my outgoing mail in my phone inbox. I have the option in my phone turned off, but I am still receiving bcc's on emails I send from my mac. Help!

Thanks,

Mark
go Settings>Mail> and scroll down, you will see an option to always BCC Myself on/off
 

mlspies

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Oct 30, 2007
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Thanks swampduck, but in my original post, i mentioned that I had already done that. I think it's gotta be something with gmail, anyone else?
 

swampduck

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Thanks swampduck, but in my original post, i mentioned that I had already done that. I think it's gotta be something with gmail, anyone else?
sorry about that, Reading Comprehension is a new thing for me...that being said, I have nothing :oops:
 

petalmom

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Jun 30, 2007
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Are you using POP or IMAP for your g-mail? There's a workaround for POP if you are but the problem does not seem to exist when using IMAP.
 

jaydoc1

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Hi guys, got my phone almost two weeks ago and am loving it. Only one real problem, I use gmail, and receive bcc's of all my outgoing mail in my phone inbox. I have the option in my phone turned off, but I am still receiving bcc's on emails I send from my mac. Help!

Thanks,

Mark
On your computer open your Gmail settings.
Click "Filters"
Make a filter like so:
From= *****@gmail.com <---your email address
Do this: Skip Inbox


This will prevent a large portion (but not all for some reason) of the BCCs.