cloudHQ Auto BCC for Gmail helps you automatically add BCC/CC emails everytime you compose an email or reply, forward email. You can flexibly set multiple “From” Google email accounts to match with its “BCC” & “CC” Emails.

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Here is how to set up and configure auto bcc or cc anyone on your emails with our Chrome extension:

  1. Install the cloudHQ Chrome browser extension Auto BCC for Gmail from this location: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/auto-bcc-for-gmail/bfhaienophdigbdknjamfcbhinmmnbha:
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  2. Add the extension to Chrome:
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  3. You should see Auto BCC button in your Gmail:
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  4. If you click “Auto BCC” button, you can add rule by clicking “Add new Rule”:
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  5. If you have multiple from addresses select from which email address you want that rule is triggered – for example, if you select “email1@gmail.com” then auto bcc will execute only emails when emails are send from “email1@gmail.com”:
  6. Setup “To” sending rules – in other words, define whether Auto BCC will add cc/bcc to emails when sending emails to any recipient, to selected recipients, or when *not* sending to selected recipients:
    1. Auto BCC will trigger for all recipients: If you want that Auto BCC for Gmail to add “bcc” or “cc” to all your emails then select “to everyone but not to” and do not setup any rules:
    2. Auto BCC will trigger only when sending to certain recipients: You can specify email addresses or domain which will trigger Auto BCC. You can specify domain (i.e., cloudhq.net, comcast.com) or a full email (email@home.com):
    3. Auto BCC will trigger only when you are not sending to certain recipients: Alternatively, you can also setup exclude sending rules. Exclude rules means that Auto BCC will not be triggered for all emails with recipients match the exclude rule:
  7. Set whether Auto BCC for Gmail will do “bcc” or “cc”:
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  8. Enter email addresses to which Auto BCC for Gmail will do “bcc” or “cc”. Press enter key. When done, click “Save Rule”:
  9. You will see rule you have saved:
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  10. You can add more rule and bcc or cc as needed:
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  11. If you have entered an incorrect rule, just click on the rule:
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    Then delete the rule:
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  12. When you compose email, you can access bcc or cc rules by clicking ‘envelope’ button:
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  13. When you have sent email, you should see the person you have blind copied:
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Here is a video explaining how you can do that: