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Question/Issue I want to send emails to a list of "Bcc:" (Blind Carbon Copy) recipients, but the -to parameter seems to be required. Is it? 
Answer/Solution Yes, it is. SMTP servers require a "To:" recipient. For most cases, you can use your own email account or a dummy account that you can clean out later. Of course, if you can send one email to many "Bcc:" recipients, then you only have to delete one email from this "dummy" account. See our examples on addressing to get an understanding of how variations in how emails are addressed affect the actual number of emails sent out. 
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