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IETF Drops RFC For Cosmetic Carbon Copy

April 1st, 2010 04:54 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

paulproteus writes “Say you have an email where you want to send an extra copy to someone without telling everyone. There’s always been a field for that: BCC, or Blind Carbon Copy. But how often have you wanted to do the opposite: make everyone else think you sent a copy to somebody without actually having done so? Enter the new IETF-NG RFC: Cosmetic Carbon Copy, or CCC. Now you can conveniently email all of your friends (with a convenient exception or two…) with ease!”

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