How to Unsend an Email in Outlook
If you have been in business for any length of time, you probably know how to send an email. However, if you are a beginner or a novice in the world of email marketing, it may seem a bit daunting. After all, there are so many options and features available in Outlook. It is not exactly the easiest thing to navigate through and make sense out of. However, with some simple tips and tricks, you can learn how to send an email in Outlook.
Before you can begin learning how to send an email in Outlook, you need to know how your email messages are actually received and displayed in Outlook. When you set up your email account, you are given the option of creating and storing your email messages in folders. Your messages will then appear in the inbox. You can use the default folders or choose a custom folder based on preferences. If you have ever installed any software programs on your computer, chances are that they also have corresponding programs which can be used to clear your email messages in Outlook.
When you are done storing your email messages in the email folders, you can easily move them to a different location or delete them altogether. To do this, you will first need to click on the mailbox that you would like to move your mail into. Select the advanced options available to move your messages to your desired location. You may want to create a separate folder for your in-box, spam folder, etc. Once you have located the appropriate folder, you can move all of your mail there.
However, before you can send an email in Outlook, you need to ensure that the email is not already unsendable. This is done by clicking on the properties icon for your email on the left hand side panel of Outlook. Here, you will see a handy list that will help you determine if your email is unsendable and how to make it so.
If your mail is unreadable because you do not have an option for sending it to another user, then the only solution to the problem is to remove the message from your address book. Click on the message, which should be located in the upper right corner of your message pane. To send this message, click on the Properties button, and then click on the General tab. On the General tab, click on the Validate box, and then enter a unique user name and password.
Now that you know how to send an email in Outlook, it is time to figure out what else you can do with your email messages once you have removed them from your Inbox. One of the options available is the ability to save the email as a PDF file. To do this, click on the Tools menu and select the Save As option. Once you have chosen a file name, choose the Browse option from the drop down menu to locate and select the destination folder of the file you want to save the message in.
Once you have saved your unreadable email message, you should be able to view it in Outlook. If the message is not there, then there may be a couple of reasons for this. Either your email account has not been set up correctly, or Outlook has not read the message for the specified time-frame. To see if this problem has been resolved, click on the History tab in Outlook, and then look for the unsend message you sent, and click on the Clear mailbox button.
The final step in how to send an email in Outlook is to check the spam folder to see if there are any unsend messages still waiting to come in. The easiest way to do this is to type the email address into the Search box and then click on the search option. If you are unsure of the exact name of the sender, you can use the name you typed in as the username on the message, or you can enter a partial name if you know what the full name of the person is. This should give you results that show you whether or not you are the target of the spam, and whether or not you have taken steps to protect yourself from receiving future unsolicited email. You should also be aware of the fact that there are tools that you can use on the web to block spam altogether, so you should think about using them if you are getting daily, constant spam.