Software & Apps File Types 48 48 people found this article helpful How to Automatically Cc: and Bcc: All Email You Send in Outlook Use this automatic Cc trick to archive all your sent mail by Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated on May 05, 2020 reviewed by Jon Fisher Lifewire Tech Review Board Member Jonathan Fisher is a CompTIA certified technologist with more than 6 years' experience writing for publications like TechNorms and Help Desk Geek. our review board Article reviewed on Mar 30, 2020 Jon Fisher File Types Design Cryptocurrency MS Office Windows Linux Google Drive Apps File Types Backup & Utilities View More Tweet Share Email Outlook can automatically carbon-copy (cc) or blind carbon-copy (bcc) any address you specify on every message you send, with whatever criteria you establish. Want to Protect Your Archive? Outlook's Sent Items folder is perfect for keeping copies of all emails you have sent. While that's ideal for some situations, what if you want to archive all your mail for different email accounts, or you need to carbon-copy your boss in an ongoing series of messages? With a simple rule, you can have Outlook automatically send a Cc of all mail you create to a specific email address (or more than one) automatically. These instructions apply to Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013 or 2010; Outlook for Microsoft 365. Automatically Cc: All Mail You Send in Outlook 2010 and Newer To have Outlook deliver a copy of each email you send to a certain address (or addresses) via Cc: Click File in your Outlook Inbox. Go to the info category. Make sure the account for which you want to set up automatic Cc copies is selected under Account Information. Click Manage Rules & Alerts. Go to the Email Rules tab. Click New Rule…. For Step 1: Select a template, make sure Apply rule on messages I send is selected (under Start from a blank rule). Click Next >. Click Next > again. You can pick criteria for the messages you want to copy via Cc; if you select nothing, however, all emails will be added the Cc: recipients. If you are prompted: Under This rule will be applied to every message you send. Is this correct?, click Yes. Under Step 1: Select action(s), make sure Cc the message to people or public group is checked. Under Step 2: Edit the rule description, click people or public group. Double-click any recipients (or lists) from your address book, or enter email addresses directly under To; these addresses will receive the Cc: copies. Separate email addresses under To with semicolons (;). Click OK. Now click Next >. Optionally, under Are there any exceptions?, specify any exceptions to the Cc: sending rule . Click Next >. Name the rule something that makes sense to what it's doing, like Automatic Cc. Or, you can keep the default name. Also typically, make sure Run this rule now on messages already in "Inbox" is not checked. Click Finish. Click OK. Select OK again to return to Outlook. Automatically Cc: All Mail in Outlook 2007 Derek Abella / Lifewire To send a carbon-copy of all mail you send in Outlook to a particular email address: Select Tools > Rules and Alerts... from the menu. Click New Rule... Highlight Check messages after sending. Click Next > Click Next > again to copy all mail you send. You can define any combination of criteria to copy only certain messages before clicking Next > If you specified no filtering criteria, click Yes. Under Step 1: Select action(s), make sure Cc the message to people or distribution list is checked. Click people or distribution lists under Step 2: Edit the rule description. Double-click contacts or lists from your address book or type an email address under To -> Separate multiple addresses with semicolons (;). Click OK. Click Next > Click Next > again. Precede the email address already entered under Step 1: Specify a name for this rule with "Cc: " Click Finish. Click OK. Automatically Bcc: All Mail You Send You can send automatic Bcc: copies (whose recipients, unlike Cc: recipients, will be hidden from all other addressees) in Outlook using automatic Bcc add-ons, such as one made by Ablebits.