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Composing a Message from the Header

If you have an email account, you can use the header to compose a message from within the Homepage, Calendar, File, or Fax tabs. You compose messages with the same options available in Web-Based Email.

To Compose a Message from the Header

  1. Log in to your Web-Based Email, Calendar, Online Storage, or Fax Thru Email account.
  2. In the header, click Compose Email.

    NOTE: You must be logged into your Web-Based Email account to compose a message.

  3. In the To field, enter the email address of the person to which you want to send the email message. If you enter multiple email addresses, separate the email addresses with a comma.
  4. To send a copy of the email message to another user, in the CC field, enter the user's email address.
  5. To send a blind copy of the email message to another user, in the BCC field, enter the user's email address.

    NOTE: You can add up to 100 contacts to a single message. Email addresses in the BCC field do not display to other users who receive the email message.

  6. In the Subject field, enter the subject of the email message.
  7. In the text box, enter your message.
  8. When you are finished, click Send.

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