CC and BCC stands for Carbon copy and Blind Carbon copy. Now in BCC one can not know to whom the mail is sent in CC. Mail sent in BCC can not see other contacts.
c: stands for "carbon copy." Anyone listed in the Cc: field of a message will receive a copy of that message when you send it. All other recipients of that message will be able to see that the person you designated as a Cc: recipient has received a copy of the message. The Cc: field is useful in instances when you wish to share a message with someone but are not requesting that they reply or take any direct action in response.
bcc: stands for "blind carbon copy." This is similar to the Cc: feature, except that Bcc: recipients are invisible to all of the other recipients of the message (including other Bcc: recipients). The Bcc: field is useful in instances when you don't wish to share your recipients' email addresses with everyone who receives your message.
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