Sometimes you have to send emails to separate recipients to avoid any bad situation. This article will discuss How to forward an email to separate recipients.
I was recently asked how to forward an email to different recipients multiple times, without a group of recipients knowing another recipient. At first, I was confused about this question until I found out that this person is using Gmail and really forwarded the forwarded email (what is going on?)
Let me back up and start from scratch so you can see how it works off. In Gmail, you can open an email and choose to forward it to one or more recipients. When you do this, the newly forwarded email will appear below the original email on the screen due to Gmail’s default “session” display.
If you then click the forward button on the bottommost email, you are actually forwarding the previously forwarded email. This means that all recipients of the first forwarded email (and any emails you attach) will appear in the body of the second forwarded email.
This is exactly what people I talk to don’t want. She wants to forward each group of recipients twice to think they are the only ones who receive the message.
To do this in Gmail, this is just a matter of forwarding the topmost (or original) email. The original email does not contain any information contained in the email you first forwarded.