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Outlook Express: Reading and Managing Messages Part (6)

Outlook Express 3 300x97 Outlook Express: Reading and Managing Messages Part (6)Deleting Messages

You can delete a message in the following ways:

· Select the message header, and press the Delete key or click the Delete toolbar button.

· Open the message, and click the Delete toolbar button. Continue reading →

Outlook Express: Reading and Managing Messages Part (4)

Outlook Express 4 Outlook Express: Reading and Managing Messages Part (4)Replying to Messages

To reply to a message from a single sender, click the Reply toolbar button. If the message was sent to multiple recipients, you can reply to all recipients of the message by clicking the Reply All toolbar button.

Compose your message and click the Send Now button to connect to the Internet (if you’re not already) and send the message immediately, or click the Send Later button to place the message in the Outbox to be delivered the next time you click the Send & Receive button. Continue reading →

Outlook Express: Reading and Managing Messages Part (3)

Outlook Express 1 300x186 Outlook Express: Reading and Managing Messages Part (3)Printing Messages

If you need a paper copy of a message, you can print it in the following ways:

· Select the header of the message, and click the Print button on the toolbar.

· Open the message, and then click the Print button in the Message window.

· Select the message or open the message, click the File menu, and then click Print. Continue reading →

Outlook Express: Reading and Managing Messages Part (2)

Outlook Express9 Outlook Express: Reading and Managing Messages Part (2)For example, you might want to create a folder for a project and then place all correspondence related to the project in that folder. Alternatively, you might want to create a folder for a person and place all messages from the person in that folder. To create a new Outlook Express folder, follow these steps:

1. Create a new folder or subfolder.

Click the File menu, click New, and then click New Folder or New Subfolder to create a subfolder of the currently selected folder.

2. Name the folder.

Enter a name for the folder. Outlook Express renames the untitled folder to reflect your new name. Continue reading →

Outlook Express: Reading and Managing Messages

Outlook Express8 Outlook Express: Reading and Managing MessagesClick the Inbox folder in the Folders list to open your Inbox folder and read messages. Message headers appear in the upper pane, and you select a message to open it in the lower pane. To sort messages by a different field, click the heading you want to sort by; for example, click the From heading to sort messages by who sent them.

To change the text size or the line wrapping in the Preview pane for a specific message, click the Rewrap The Selected Text button or the Increase Text Size button at the top right of the Preview

pane. Double-click a message header in the list to display the message in its own window. Continue reading →