Mobile Phones iPhone & iOS Send a Group Email on Your iPhone to Undisclosed Recipients Keep your message recipients anonymous 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 September 01, 2019 iPhone & iOS Switching from Android Tweet Share Email When you want to send an email to a group of recipients who don't know each other, or you want to keep the recipients of your group email private, don't put them in the To or Cc field. When the recipients' email addresses are in these fields, the email addresses and names are revealed to all recipients of the message. The Bcc field is perfect, though, and within easy reach in iPhone Mail. You will need to put something on the To line, however, and a go-to is Undisclosed Recipients. These instructions apply to devices running iOS 7 or later. Create an Address Book Entry for Undisclosed Recipients An Undisclosed Recipients contact makes addressing the message easier. To set it up: Open the Contacts app on your iPhone, then tap the + button to create a new entry. In the First Name text box, enter Undisclosed. In the Last Name text box, enter Recipients. Then, tap Done when you're finished. You can put both words into the First Name text box if you prefer. On the contact page, tap Edit. Tap add email, enter your email address, then tap Done to save your changes. Your Undisclosed Recipients contact is ready to use. Send an Email to Undisclosed Recipients in iPhone Mail To send an email addressed to Undisclosed Recipients in iPhone Mail: Open the Mail app, then tap the New Message icon. Next to the To text box, tap the + icon. Scroll down and tap the Undisclosed Recipients entry. Or, use the Search box, to find it. Tap Cc/Bcc, From. In the Bcc text box, enter the recipients of your email. Compose the email message, then tap Send.