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Chapter 4. Creating Mail > Composing a Message

Composing a Message

You can send an e-mail message to anyone for whom you have an e-mail address, whether that address is in your list of contacts or scribbled on a Post-it note. In addition to sending a message to one or more recipients, in Outlook you can forward or copy messages to individuals in your Contacts list. You can even e-mail groups of people who are listed in your various distribution lists.

Tip

Compose Your Messages Offline If you connect to an Internet service provider and don't want to waste precious connect time while you compose e-mail messages, you can create new messages in Outlook without being connected to the Internet. New messages you send are placed in your Outbox until you connect to the Internet and actually send them on to their final destination. When you are connected to the Internet, all you have to do is click the Send/Receive button on the Standard toolbar (or Tools, Send/Receive, Send All) to send any messages held in the Outbox.



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