Compose and Send Email from Outlook on iPhone 6
Edited by Grimm, Rushell, Eng
Hi, you're watching VisiHow. Today, we are going to show you how to compose and send an email message in Microsoft Outlook using the iPhone 6.
To begin, press the phone button, which is the circular button at the bottom of your iPhone.
Alternatively, press the lock screen button on the right-hand side of the phone to turn it on.
Swipe across the screen to enter in a passcode if there is one set up.
The phone can also be opened by pressing a finger to the home button and using the fingerprint scanner if that option is set up.
Look for the Outlook icon. The icon has a blue background with an image of a white piece of paper with an "O" on it with an envelope behind it.
Give the Outlook icon a single press to open the application.
To send a message, tap on the message icon at the top right corner of the screen. The icon is a pen and piece of paper.
First, type in an email address for the recipient of the message.
Tap in the "Subject" line to enter a subject.
Add something in the body of the message if desired.
Now, tap the black arrow that looks a bit like an airplane, located at the top right corner of the screen. This will send the message.
A message at the bottom of the screen says, "Mail sent successfully."
This is how to compose and send an email message using Microsoft Outlook for the iPhone 6. If you have any additional questions or comments about this tutorial, or need any more help on how to use it, or how to get started, please view the other tutorials we've created on using Microsoft Outlook for the iPhone 6, or leave a question or comment in the section below. One of us will be happy to assist you. Thanks very much for choosing VisiHow. Have a great day, and we look forward to seeing you in our other videos.
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