How to Forward an E-mail Messageby eHow Internet Editor
When you forward an e-mail, you send a message you've received to someone else. Usually you can add your own message to the forwarded message before you send it. These instructions should work for most e-mail programs.
Select or open the message you want to forward.
Using the Message menu, select Forward, or click Forward on the toolbar. The message you received will appear in a new message window.
Leave the subject field as it is or change it. The subject will typically be preceded by "FW:" so that your recipients know it's a forwarded message.
Type the e-mail address or addresses of the recipients.
Edit the text or add new text if desired.
- check The material from the original message is usually preceded by > signs in your forwarded message, to distinguish it from material that you add.
- check In the Eudora e-mail program, you can use the Redirect command in the Message menu to send a copy of the message instead of the original. Redirected messages don't contain the > signs that Eudora uses to precede forwarded material in a message.
- close Forwarding someone else's message without permission is viewed as poor Netiquette. In certain cases, it could also be a copyright violation.