Hello everyone, This is my first post on MacRumors! I hope you can all bear with any downfalls I might have in the "forum writing" department...I am the owner of a Macbook with Office 2011 installed. This post is with regards to Outlook 2011. Yesterday I sent an email to 180+ ppl and I mistakenly put them in CC rather than BCC, thus revealing all of their email...and at the same time getting insulted from all angles...oops... To avoid such a thing from happening again, I have been trying to learn (in the last 4hrs) about AppleScript writing...but I have been going nowhere. I am looking to have a script that will pop-up an alert message BEFORE sending the email if the TOTAL number of recipients (regardless of whether in the TO, CC or BCC field) is over a certain number (let's say 20). The message box should of course give me the option to check again the message or send it as it is. I have found such a solution for a macro (something I have a little bit more experience on), but I cannot seem to adapt it to the Mac world. Here is the link: http://www.slipstick.com/developer/check-messages-you-send-for-number-of-recipients/. Here is the code for Windows from the above website: Code: Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean) Dim intRes As Integer Dim strMsg As String If Item.Recipients.Count > 1 Then strMsg = "Your message " & Chr(34) & Item.Subject & Chr(34) & _ " contains " & Item.Recipients.Count & " recipients. " & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & _ "Do you want to send this message?" intRes = MsgBox(strMsg, vbYesNo + vbExclamation, "Confirm Message Send") If intRes = vbNo Then ' cancel send Cancel = True End If End If End Sub Would anyone be able to help me? I am freaking out just thinking of the next email I will have to send to all of our clients next week!! Thank you all in advance!