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  • 1.E-Mail Overview What You Will Learn Menu Controls Send and check e-mail Use your address book and its functions Attach files Add a signature to end of all e-mails you send. Configure options

2. E-Mail Overview Continued Format received messages Shortcuts Including an active URL in a message Setting up a mailbox for saved messages Checking your e-mail from home 3. Use the File menu to Check Mail (Ctrl M) or Print (Ctrl P) 4. Use the Message Menu to send a New message, reply to a message, forward a message, or attach a file to a message 5. The New Message To & Forward To command allows you to send a message to pre defined groups from the recipient list in the address book 6. Attach File will allow you to choose a file you have saved in your network folder, disk, or CD that you want to send to a recipient Shortcut 7. The Special menu allows you to Make an Address Book Entry (Ctrl K) This allows you to place an address from a received e-mail into your address book 8. The Tools menu allows you to view your Address Book, set a Signature that will run at the end of every message you send, and control Options 9. The Options menu allows you to tell the machine whose e-mail you want to see. Be sure you are in the Getting Started Category, type in your address and name in the spaces provided. 10. Be sure the Hosts category has in the SMTP box 11. Change many settings in the Checking Mail Category. The Check for mail & Leave mail on server are most popular. 12. The Attachments Category shows you where files e-mailed to you are stored on your computer 13. The Fonts & Display Category allows you to change the appearance of messages 14. To send an e-mail select New Message from the Message menu 15. Type in the e-mail address of the recipient Type the subject & write your message 16. To see messages in your Mail box double click the In icon 17. To send an attached file click the paper clipped icon after filling out necessary address information & typing your message. 18. Choose the file location and specific file from the network or hard drive (remember where your own e-mail attachments are downloaded to) 19. An attached file will appear as a hyperlink when sent. The recipient must be able to open files of the type you send. 20. If you are tired of the weird text breaks in a message 21. Go to the Edit menu, scroll down to message plug-ins, and choose unwrap text 22. The message should clean up nicely like this. 23. The Address Book can be accessed by this icon. 24. To add a new recipient or group to your address book that has not sent you a message right click on the Eudora nicknames and choose New or click the New button at the bottom of the list of 25. Name the entry and decide to put it on the recipient list or not. 26. Type the address or addresses you want associated with that nickname in the space provided 27. Select your recipient and click To: to send a new message or double click the nickname. You could also choose Cc: or Bcc: to send a copy of the message to another individual or group. 28. Shortcuts Ctrl + 0 Open Out mailbox Ctrl + 1 Open In mailbox Ctrl + Paste as quotation Ctrl + , Finish nickname Ctrl + A Select all Ctrl + C Copy Ctrl + D Delete Ctrl + E Send or Queue Ctrl + F Find dialog Ctrl + H Attach document 29. Shortcuts Ctrl + J Filter messages Ctrl + K Make nickname Ctrl + L Address Book Ctrl + M Check mail Ctrl + N New message Ctrl + O Open file Ctrl + P Print Ctrl + Q Exit Eudora Ctrl + R Reply Ctrl + S Save 30. Shortcuts Ctrl + T Send queued messages Ctrl + V Paste Ctrl + W Close message Ctrl + X Cut Ctrl + Y Directory Services Ctrl + Z Undo arrows Move from one message to another in a mailbox (depends on your Miscellaneous Options). 31. Shortcuts enter Select the outlined button in any dialog, alert, or window, or open the selected messages or URL. esc Stop any operation currently in progress. F1 Display Help. page up, page down Scroll up or down through the window. 32. Including a URL in a Message To include a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) in a message, enclose it with less than and greater than signs to ensure that your recipients application can identify it as a URL. For example, . The URL is automatically highlighted as an active URL in the recipients message window. 33. If multiple teachers use a computer & you want to save your messages Choose Eudora and right click New 34. Type in desired mailbox name Select if you want it a folder or mailbox 35. You can drag messages from the In box into your folder or mailbox Paulette Murphy 03:19 PM 3/4/02 Paulette Murphy 03:19 PM 3/4/02 36. Try This! E-mail your neighbor and me a message. Be sure to save and attach a file to it. Include a link to the ULI homepage. Add a signature. 37. To get E-mail from home Go to You will be connected to the server and be able to read old messages left on the server as well as new messages. Those messages will be retrievable from school on Monday as long as you do not delete them.