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Are there any email clients for Mac OSX (10.6.7) which can automaticly CC an email ID (without writing the CC email field)?

Update 1 - I want to give an email ID to all the team members. I am using a shared hosting for my site where I am going to create all the email ID's. I will configure these ID's in default Now whenever my team send emails to clients I want it to CC to my email ID automatically.

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Interesting, Apple mail will allow you to CC yourself but not another account. – BinaryMisfit Sep 30 '11 at 7:42
Without writing in the cc mail field, are you revering to not having to type it? – BinaryMisfit Sep 30 '11 at 7:42
Actually i want this for my team.. I want whatever mail they send it cc to me – Saurabh Sep 30 '11 at 7:51
Can you please be more specific in what you actually want to do (what addresses the emails will be sent to, what domain they will be using, if any groups involved, what kind of email clients the team will be using, etc.)? This can likely be done by assigning a rule and using a carefully crafted Applescript. – user10355 Sep 30 '11 at 8:37
@cksum - please see my updated question. – Saurabh Sep 30 '11 at 8:53

If you switch your team over to Google apps, the Gmail web client lets you automatically cc or bcc every email, this is how I automated emails.

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Have a look at MailActOn. It allows you to define rules for outgoing mails (among other things), one of the possible action is forwarding to a user-defined address.

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do you know any free solution.. MailActOn is not free.. – Saurabh Oct 1 '11 at 5:24

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