The message header pane looks as follows.



This field is mandatory. The From field contains the sender's name and mailing address. In most cases, it is filled in automatically, and it is possible to change it. To configure the sender's address, click the field. A dialog box will appear, after which you can go to the account settings and make changes.


Reply-to address

The Reply-to address contains the address that will appear in the recipient's field To when responding to an email. Displaying the Reply-to field is adjustable by the other_fields button. By clicking this item, a field is added to the list of fields of the email Reply-to, to the left of which there is a hide_field button hiding the field.


This field is mandatory. The To contains one or more email recipient addresses. In the process of typing a name or address, a list of prompts from the address book appears, from which you can select the recipient without further typing.

You can also select a recipient from the Contacts sidebar. Open the Contacts sidebar, select the desired address book and double-click the contact to add it as a recipient.

You can move recipient addresses between the To, Cc, and Bcc fields. Use one of the following methods:

1.Right-click on the selected recipient item, then choose Move to Cc, Move to Bcc, or Move to To from the context menu. The target address field will automatically be shown if it was hidden.

2.Press Ctrl+X/Cmd+X to cut the selected recipient items, move the focus to the target address field, and paste them with Ctrl+V/Cmd+V.

3.Drag the recipient pane with the mouse to the desired field.

Cc and Bcc

The Cc field contains a list of additional recipients to whom the letter will also be sent, in addition to the main recipient. By default, the field is hidden, but its display is controlled by the button copy_btn. When it is clicked, the Cc field is added to the list of fields, to the left of which there is a button hide_field, hiding this field.

The Bcc field is similar to the field Cc except that the recipient will not have access to the list of these recipients, only the sender of the email will see it. Hidden copies are usually used in mass mailing so that the contents of your address book cannot be found out by all other recipients. Displaying the Bcc field is adjustable by the hidden_copy_btn button. When clicked, a field is added to the list of fields Bcc, to the left of which there is a button hide_field, hiding the field.

You can also open the Ccopy and Bcc fields from the File menu of the message window:

1.View > Cc Field Ctrl+Shift+C/Shift+Cmd+C.

2.View > Bcc field Ctrl+Shift+B/Shift+Cmd+B.

In order to perform actions related to the email address, open the context menu by right-clicking. The following actions will be available:

1.Edit Address: The pointer appears, the address can be edited.

2.Delete, Cut, Copy: Standard actions with text.

3.Move to To: Move the address to the To.

4.Move to Cc: Move the address to the Cc.

5.Move to Bcc: Move the address to the Bcc.

6.User information: A dialog box opens with brief information about the user.

Subject field

The Subject field contains the subject of the email. If there is no subject, a reminder will appear when sending. Click Send Without Subject if you agree with this. Click Cancel Sending if you want to go back and fill in the Subject field.


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