Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Respond to messages
Respond to messages
After you read a message, Outlook indicates its status as Read by removing the bold
formatting and blue bar from the message header. You can change the read status of
a message to provide visual cues or to affect the number that appears after the folder
name in the Folder Pane.
You can respond to most email messages that you receive by clicking a response button
either in the Reading Pane, in the Respond group on the Home tab of the program
window, or in the Respond group on the Message tab of the message window.
The most standard response to a message is a reply. When you reply to a message,
Outlook ills in one or more of the address boxes for you, as follows:
Reply Creates an email message, addressed to only the original message sender,
that contains the original message text.
Reply All Creates an email message, addressed to the message sender and all
recipients listed in the To and Cc boxes, that contains the original message text. The
message is not addressed to recipients of blind courtesy copies (Bcc recipients).
Reply with Meeting Creates a meeting invitation addressed to all message
recipients. The message text is included in the meeting window content pane. Outlook
suggests the current date and an upcoming half-hour time slot for the meeting.
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