[RndTbl] gOOgle/gmail prying eyes
Hartmut W Sager
hwsager at marityme.net
Wed Feb 2 10:31:27 CST 2022
EH> My question is, if an email is sent to multiple parties and even if one
of these is gmail, but should those who are on BCC (the non gmail ones)
still somehow be visible to gmail?
On reread, I realize I should have clarified even further: Even if one or
more recipients in "to", "cc", or "bcc" are using Gmail, Gmail has no way
of seeing the other "bcc's" as long as Gmail/Google isn't involved at the
SMTP (sending) stage.
Hartmut W Sager - Tel +1-204-339-8331
On Tue, 1 Feb 2022 at 14:48, Hartmut W Sager <hwsager at marityme.net> wrote:
> With bcc specifically, the split/sendout to individual bcc targets
> (separate e-mails to each) takes place at the SMTP (sending server) end,
> with no bcc list shown, and therefore none of the "to", "cc", and other
> "bcc" targets get to see the bcc list.
> However, you'd still want to be sure that Gmail/Google isn't involved at
> the SMTP stage. Using one's own domain-based "send-from" address
> configured into one's Gmail would *not* do the trick.
> Hartmut W Sager - Tel +1-204-339-8331
> On Tue, 1 Feb 2022 at 14:35, <eh at eduardhiebert.com> wrote:
>> Pertaining reasonable privacy concerns one key question, but first the
>> Any and all email crossing gOOgles hands whether their user or NOT gets
>> copied and data mined.
>> If a non-gmail address sends one email to multiple contacts and one of
>> them is on gmail or to any of gOOgle's cloaked and hidden email service
>> account provider such as for the CBC, gOOgle has access to it.
>> My question is, if an email is sent to multiple parties and even if one
>> of these is gmail, but should those who are on BCC (the non gmail ones)
>> still somehow be visible to gmail?
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