Warren H. Prince
2016-07-19 15:54:29 UTC
This all works wonderfully, except when the client’s folder is the recipient of a BCC. Because of the alias, there is no trace of the original BCC address. The email gets ignored because there is no address to parse.
I understand the reason that the BCC is striped from the headers when viewed by the original recipient. It wouldn’t be “blind” if the BCC was in the header, obviously. My situation is preserving the BCC header info for the BCC recipient, in the header of the copy of the email received by the BCC recipient, either as a new header or any other method.
I’ve been asked why I want to do this. Perhaps an example would help. John hates George. A situation arises that involves both of them and I want to send email to John with a BCC to George because I don’t want to fight with John about sending a copy to George. Maybe it’s an employee/employer situation and I’m chastising an employee and want to save a copy in their personnel folder, but don’t want to add to the discord by letting them know I’m saving a copy to their personnel folder.
Anyone have any suggestions?