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I used to be able to copy a column of email addresses (with a comma at the end of each) from Excel into the BCC line of a Gmail message.

Now when I try to copy the column of emails, only the first line copies into the BCC.

Can anyone help?

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Do you still face those problems? – Jacob Jan Tuinstra Apr 26 '13 at 12:05

I entered an email address with a comma at end

  1. in each cell in one single column (A1, A2, A3 ...)
  2. in the first cell of each column (A1, B1, C1 ...)
  3. in one cell (A1)

See screenshot:
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I tried both ways by copy and pasting into BCC, CC and TO, everywhere it pastes properly.

I think you might be performing something wrongly.

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