Nowadays, you don’t check emails on your Mac. Instead, you check and send emails on your mobile device. With just a few taps, you can send an email from the Mail App on iPhone and iPad. Despite thinking that this is a simple procedure, there might be some tricks you aren’t aware of. Here are some tips for mastering your Mail account.
How to send an email from iPhone or iPad? The fact that you need to know this information may seem elementary, but it is common, especially when you are a new iPhone user or are switching from Android to iOS.
How to Send Email from iPhone?
You will find these broad steps further broken down into detailed steps later in this post if you are sending an email from your iPhone for the first time.
1. Add an Email Account to Your iPhone
- Go to Settings. You’ll usually find it on your home screen and it’s a gray app with gears.
- Tap Mail at the bottom of the screen. You’ll find it in the same section of the menu as other native Apple apps such as Contacts and Notes.
- Go to Accounts. It’s the first item on the menu.
- Tap the Add Account button. The button is located near the bottom of the first section.
- Select a type of account. iCloud, Microsoft/ Exchange, Google, Yahoo!, AOL, or Outlook are available as preset options. Select Other at the bottom of the menu if your account is not associated with one of these services.
(To access Outlook.com, which is Microsoft’s new name for Hotmail, tap your Hotmail account).
- Your email address is required. Be sure to include the email address of the account you’re adding to your iPhone.
- Tap the Next button. It is located at the bottom of the menu.
- Please enter your password. Your email address’s password must be entered.
- Then tap Sign In. Click it at the bottom of the screen.
- Please follow the instructions on the screen. It may be necessary to update security settings or grant access to the Mail app, depending on the account type.
(When prompted, tap Allow).
- Turn “Mail” on by sliding it to the “On” position. It will turn green once it is in the “On” position.
(You can also merge the other types of data, such as Calendars and Contacts, by sliding their buttons to the “On” green position).
- Save the file. Click in the upper-right corner of the screen. Your newly added account can now be used to send emails using the Mail app on your iPhone.
2. Compose Emails On iPhone
Following these steps, you can compose your first email from your iPhone now that you have added your email account.
- You can access the iPhone’s home screen by tapping the Home button
- The Mail app can be accessed from the home screen.
- At the bottom right corner of the screen, you’ll find a Compose button.
- Messages will be viewed in a new interface on iPhones/iPads
It is quite easy to compose an email using the New Message Interface. Tap on the To box and enter the recipient’s email address, then click CC/BCC. Type the subject line for this email in the subject line field.
- Type your message in the message box (which is beneath the subject line).
3. Attach files, images, and videos to your email
As soon as you have prepared your email message, you can attach files, images, and videos. See the following guide for more information.
4. Set up CC, BCC, and send an email
You should review your email message before hitting the Send button and include contacts as CC (Carbon Copy) or BCC (Blind Carbon Copy).
It is easy to change contacts’ positions from CC to BCC if you change your mind or make a mistake. Using this functionality, simply tap on a particular Email address and drag it to the CC (Carbon Copy) or BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) field.
To send the email to all recipients, just hit the send button when everything is in order.
Bonus Tip: How to Use Multiple Accounts in iOS Mail?
You also change the account from which the message will be sent when you change the From the line of an outgoing message. The outgoing message appears in the Sent Mail folder of the account from which you sent the message, and reply messages are delivered to the inbox of the account from which the outgoing message originated.
This means you are modifying the account, not just the address, that governs that message.
Some Frequently Asked Questions By Users
1. Why can’t my iPhone send an email?
Try this if you cannot send an email: Tap Settings on your iPhone or iPod Touch screen and then select Mail, Contacts, Calendars. On the next screen, select your email account again. To open the SMTP field, scroll down and tap on the Outgoing Mail Server field.
2. What is the best way to send someone an email?
You need to write an email
- Android devices and tablets can access the Gmail app.
- Tap Compose at the bottom right.
- Include recipients in the “To” field. Additional recipients can be added in the “Cc” and “Bcc” fields.
- Please add a subject.
- Put your message in writing.
- To send the message, tap Send at the top of the page.
3. On an iPhone, how do you attach a file to an email?
Attaching a file to your iPhone email
- In the body of an email, tap anywhere to attach a document. It will appear as a pop-up menu.
- When the pop-up menu appears, tap the right arrow key.
- Click on Add Document.
You can also attach a document by selecting it from the Recent list.
It should now be clear to you how to send email from iPhone. It would be very helpful if you could share this article with your friends and family members and if you encounter any problems while using this guide, please let me know in the comments section below.