You can forward an email to someone else, and forward all of your
email from one of your addresses to another. The forward function can usually
found under a menu item like "Message / Forward", or by right-clicking
an email and then selecting "Forward" from the resulting pop-up menu.
Forwarding is typically used to send an email to someone who wasn't on the original
addressee list. The entire message is usually forwarded, often automatically
indented with one tab or
the ">" character, and the subject line is usually prefixed with "Fwd:".
You usually don't need to copy anyone on the original address list since they
have already seen the email, unless you are adding remarks that one or
of the original recipients should see.
Many email provider's let you configure
a setting to forward your messages direct from the mail
so that your email is forwarded as soon as it is received. You can also configure
some email program filters to automatically
forward certain email as soon immediately after they are downloaded.
you are forwarding email while you are traveling, you may also want to read about
checking your email remotely across the Internet.
should never forward a virus warning
or other type of warning without first checking
to see if it is a hoax, since so many
of these messages aren't true.
also provides similar functionality to forwarding.
Resources. The following sites
maintain lists of email forwarding services which can be used to forward messages
from one of your email addresses to another: