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I am on Gmail. I would like to compose a new email with the exact same list of recipients (to, cc, bcc) from an existing email.

Is there an easy way to do it?

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The easiest way to do it is simply to "Reply All" on the existing message, delete all of the quoted text and the existing subject, and write a brand new message.

The downside to this method is that it'll include a tracking header in the message that ties back to the original message. Email clients that use that information will indicate the new message is a reply to the original, although it's not. These days, though, I don't know that many email clients use that. Even Google's conversation mode uses the subject line more than the reply headers.

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