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ajhargrove Contributor.
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GW Address book personal groups not differentiating between To or Bcc

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Using client 18.1.1 build 133172.

Created a Group of addresses in personal address book.  Some recipients are set as To: and others set as Bcc:.  When I send a message to the group, everyone just ends up in the To: field.  Can anyone else confirm this behavior?

 

 

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Re: GW Address book personal groups not differentiating between To or Bcc

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There was a defect on this issue but I am not finding it this morning.  I believe it has been fixed in a newer build of the client.  Please open an SR and ask for the newest 18.1.2 client.

Pam

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Re: GW Address book personal groups not differentiating between To or Bcc

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There was a defect on this issue but I am not finding it this morning.  I believe it has been fixed in a newer build of the client.  Please open an SR and ask for the newest 18.1.2 client.

Pam

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ajhargrove Contributor.
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Re: GW Address book personal groups not differentiating between To or Bcc

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Support was able to provide a build that fixed this issue, thanks!

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