CC (Carbon Copy): recipients of a message are the persons you are sending to the primary recipient. CC recipients receive the message normally, but they do not see themselves as the primary recipient of the message (all CC recipients are listed in the message header).
BCC (Blind Carbon Copy): if you do not want the TO recipient to know that the message is sent to somebody else, use BCC. This may be helpful when it is necessary to send a notifying message to a huge group of people.
Example of simple mail message using CC parameter:
C:\>febootimail -FROM firstname.lastname@example.org -TO email@example.com -TEXT Command line mail with Carbon Copy -CC firstname.lastname@example.org
Example with BCC parameter:
C:\>febootimail -FROM email@example.com -TO firstname.lastname@example.org -TEXT Message with Blind Carbon Copy -BCC email@example.com
Note! In both examples above, localhost is used as SMTP mail server. Usually, it is required to specify SMTP server manually using SMTP parameter. Server authentication is performed with AUTH, USER and PASS parameters. Example with authentication:
C:\>febootimail -FROM firstname.lastname@example.org -TO email@example.com -TEXT "Server authentication and carbon copies" -CC firstname.lastname@example.org -BCC email@example.com -SMTP mail.example.com -AUTH AUTO -USER john -PASS ********
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