How to Create and Send Basic Emails With Outlook Express


Outlook Express, is a discontinued email and news client. This article is a beginner's guide to sending very basic emails with Outlook Express. You can no longer download Outlook Express from Microsoft and is no longer supported with regular bug and security patches. However, it is still available for download from other platforms like Softpedia.

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The Create mail function is for sending a new email. The Forward function is used to pass recieved mail. The Reply function is used to reply with a response to an email. The Reply All function is used to send a reply message to everyone in your contacts.

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Create Mail

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section. If the email is already saved, it will auto fill the address with a few keystrokes. Additionally you can use the Address book.

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section. This is written as a simple one line summary of the email.

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Complete your message to address and send.

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Reply to Sender

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You can change the subject as you see fit.

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Forward

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It doesn't autofill email, names or address, but has the same subject with the letters Fw: attached to the left.

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