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Forward email messages in Windows Mail: inline or as attachment

Whenever you needs or wants to afford an email message from Windows Mail, you have two options: either forward the email "inline", which means that you are forwarding the text content of the email you received, or you can forward to that email message as an attachment. Depending on the situation, one is better than the other; in most cases however, it is more practical for the recipient to receive the mail forward as an inline email. Either way, we will explain in this tutorial how to four emails both as attachments or inline.

Forward to email messages inline in Windows Mail

Follow these steps to afford an email message inline:

This is how simple Windows Mail makes it to forward inline messages.

Forward an email message as attachment from Windows Mail

The second way you can forward email messages from Windows Mail is to attach them; as mentioned earlier, this method is not as practical for the email recipient, but this is the only way you can forward multiple email messages at once (unless you decide to copy and paste every email message you want to forward inside the new email window).

This is all it takes to forward an email as attachment from Windows Mail; if you want it to Ford multiple emails as attachment, all you need to do is hold down the Ctrl key on your keyboard, click on each of the message you want to forward, and then use one of the two commands to forward these messages as attachments!

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