Any email message you receive inside Windows Mail can be saved simply by printing it, a nice to alternative to ever-growing storage needs, or simply because you need a printed copy of it. In this tutorial, we will show you how to print an email from Windows Mail. Since there are no less than five different ways in which you can print the email from Windows Mail, we will show you all of them, and let you pick which your favorite: they all perform the same task, and provide the same end result of an email message printed on a sheet of paper.
Follow these steps to print an email message from Windows Mail:
This is all it takes to print email messages in Windows Mail: unlike more sophisticated email programs like Microsoft Outlook (which, unlike Windows Mail, is not free), there are no "memo layouts" to customize and save, or advanced printing options. All you do is pick your favorite printing command, and call it on the selected email!
Tip: unfortunately, unlike other email clients, Windows Mail does not let you print multiple email messages at the same time (e.g., by selecting several at once and using a print command).