How do I send an email

Send emails

Compose and send email

  1. Choose new email to start a new message.

  2. Enter in the field At, Cc or Bcc a name or email address.

    If Bcc does not appear, see Show, Hide, and Show the Bcc Field.

  3. Enter in Subject Enter the subject for the email message.

  4. Place your cursor in the body of the email message and start typing.

  5. After entering your message, select Send out.

Use @mentions to get someone else's attention

  1. In the body of the email message or calendar invitation, type the icon @ and the first few letters of the contact's first or last name.

  2. When Outlook comes up with one or more suggestions for you, select the contact you want to mention.

    The full name is included by default. You can delete part of the mention, for example everything but the person's first name.

  3. The mentioned contact becomes the line At added to the email or meeting invitation.

Relevant inbox

The Relevant Inbox lets you focus on the most important emails. This feature divides your inbox into two tabs - Relevant and Others.

If messages aren't sorted the way you want them, you can move them and choose where you want future messages from that sender to be delivered to.

  1. Select the tab Relevant or Others out.

  2. Right-click the message you want to move and select Move to "Others" or Move to "Relevant" out.

To enable or disable the Relevant Inbox:

  • Choose view > Show relevant inbox out.

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