How do I send emails from the Mail app?
Using the Mail app for iPhone and iPad, you can easily send email from any email account you have!
Tap the Subject field.
Tap Send in the top right corner of your screen when you're finished your message.
Once your message has been sent, it will say so in the status bar at the bottom of your screen.
Tap on the contact you would like to add. They will be automatically added to the email.
Tap on the email draft you'd like to edit.
You can fire away the email as soon as you're done. That's all there is to it.
You can have multiple drafts open at the same time or you can hide a draft you're working on to check something else in the Mail app. Here's how!
Tap and hold the title bar at the top of the message where it says New Message.
Tap New Message at the bottom of your screen again to reopen the draft.
If you have multiple drafts on the go, they'll all appear when you tap New Message at the bottom of your screen. Just tap the draft you'd like to continue working on to access it.
Tap and hold the Compose button on the bottom right of your screen. It looks like a pencil and paper.
After a second or two, you'll be taken to your Drafts folder where you can access any drafts that you've been working on.
If you're wanting to see more of a message that you're responding to or you want to take a look at your whole message before sending it off, you can hide the keyboard.
Swipe down on the message field to hide the keyboard.
Fill out the sender info, subject, and body just as you would for a normal email.
Tap the arrow to the right of the menu to view more options once the text is highlighted.
Tap on increase to expand the quote level, or decrease to shrink it.
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