Composing a new message

1. Click Mail, and then click Compose.


2. In the To field, enter the email addresses to which you want to send the message (separate multiple addresses with a comma).
Alternatively, in the Contacts pane on the left side, select one or more addresses from your saved contacts list, and then click the To button at the bottom of the pane.  


3. You can send a copy of the message to other addresses by entering the addresses in the Add Cc field as described above.

In the example below, the message is addressed to "info@rallyon.ca". The recipient "spencer@rallyon.ca" will receive a copy of the message and  (along with any other recipient listed in the Cc field), will be able to see that the message was sent to "info@rallyon.ca".

 


You can also send a blind carbon copy of the message to other addresses by entering the addresses in the Add Bcc field as described above.

In the example below, the message is addressed to "info@rallyon.ca". The recipient "spencer@rallyon.ca" will receive a copy of the message and will be able to see that it was sent to "info@rallyon.ca". However, none of the recipients (in the To, Cc or Bcc fields) can see that a Bcc (blind carbon copy) was sent to "mdoucette@potpourri.com" and "peziza@hotmail.com".

 


4. In the Subject field, enter a subject for your email message.


5. In the large text area below, type the body of your message. 


6.  When you are finished writing your message, click Send to send your message.


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