Forward an Email in Outlook on the Web – Instructions
Forward an Email in Outlook on the Web: Overview
You can forward an email in Outlook on the Web to send an email you received to another party. By default, when you forward an email in Outlook on the Web, you send a copy of the entire email. This includes the email you received and also any attachments.
To forward an email in Outlook on the Web, open the email in the Reading pane. You can then click the dropdown portion of “Reply.” Within the menu, you can click “Forward.” Clicking “Forward” opens a new email message with the original message quoted in the body. Any attachments in the message will also be included.
Forward an Email in Outlook on the Web – Instructions: A picture of a forwarded email being sent to a new recipient in Outlook on the Web in Office 365.
You can then enter the recipient(s) email into the “To” field. You can also include any “Cc” and/or “Bcc” recipients in the respective fields. Enter the body of the email into the provided field. When you have completed your message, you can click “Send” to forward the original message to the new recipient.
Forward an Email in Outlook on the Web: Instructions
- To forward an email in Outlook on the Web, open the email message and click the dropdown portion of “Reply” and choose “Forward” from the menu.
- A new message pane then appears where you will enter the new recipient’s email into the “To” field.
- Optionally, enter any “Cc” or “Bcc” recipients, too.
- Any attachments from the original message also appear in the forwarded message.
- When finished, click “Send” to send the message.
Forward an Email in Outlook on the Web: Video Lesson
The following video lesson, titled “Forwarding Messages,” shows you how to forward email in Outlook on the Web. This video lesson is from our complete Outlook on the Web tutorial for Office 365, titled “Mastering Outlook on the Web Made Easy v.2016.”
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