Bccing is dangerous: if you Bcc someone and he replies all, he reveals to everyone that he was Bcc’d.
But the Bcc field can be useful. Sometimes you want to show an email to a third party without the main recipient knowing — either because it’d be embarrassing (e.g., “Here’s the criticism I gave Tom, let me know if I was too harsh”) or just irrelevant (e.g., indicating to someone that he doesn’t have to reply to a customer support email because you just did)
In these cases you have to:
Instead, you should have a field called “Forward to”:
In this case, Rich would automatically get forwarded a copy of my email right after it gets sent (with my comment at the top).