DCW 4 Posted May 5, 2016 Share Posted May 5, 2016 I frequently bcc my EN account on emails that I send out. I know how to do it, and I know that if I put @[notebook name] in the subject line the email will go into the specified EN notebook. Is there a way to do that without the recipient also getting that annotation? Subject lines in emails that have random and apparently arbitrary content confuses the recipient. Let's say the subject is Sunday's company picnic, but I want to bcc into my EN notebook called "torture" the subject line would read Subject: Sunday's company picnic @torture. Yes, I know that part of the political problem can be avoided by using less inflammatory notebook names, but this is for illustration only. Thanks. Link to comment
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