At 10:04 -0500 on 03/01/2012, Hector Santos wrote about Re: "proper"
handling of BCC:
There is also the consideration regarding displaying. The MUA may
want to inform the BCC recipient to the privacy nature of the
NOTE: THIS IS A BLIND COPY TO YOU. THE OTHER RECIPIENTS LISTED IN THE
TO/CC DISTRIBUTION ARE NOT AWARE OF YOUR RECEPTION OF THIS MESSAGE.
Query - For issuing this message, how do you determine that the
recipient is getting a copy of the message without being listed in a
To or Cc header due to being BCC'ed or being subscribed to a mailing
list (or do you treat a mailing list received copy as a BCC'ed copy)?
I ignore the case of being listed in a To or Cc as a suppressed
address (ie: Group-Name:add1, add2, etc. ;) since the existence of a
group-name:; comment implies a hidden BCC list.