In Microsoft Outlook, you can attach an email message as an attachment to a new email message. This can be useful if you want to send a copy of an email message to someone, or if you want to save an email message as a file.
To attach an email message as an attachment to a new email message:
1. In the new email message, click the Attach File button.
2. In the Open dialog box, navigate to the folder that contains the email message that you want to attach, and then click the email message.
3. Click the Open button.
4. The email message is attached to the new email message as a file.
How do you send an email as an attachment in Outlook?
Sending an email as an attachment in Outlook is a fairly simple process. First, open Outlook and create a new email message. Then, click the “Attach File” button, which is located in the toolbar at the top of the message window.
A new window will open, allowing you to browse for the file you want to send as an attachment. Select the file you want to attach, and then click the “Open” button.
The file will be added to the message, and you can then send it as you would normally.
How do you attach an email to another email?
There are a few ways to attach an email to another email.
One way is to copy and paste the email into the body of the other email.
Another way is to use the forward function.
To forward an email, open the email and click on the forward button.
Enter the email address of the person you want to forward the email to and write a message, if you want.
The person you forwarded the email to will receive the email with the original email attached.
Another way to attach an email is to use the reply function.
To reply to an email, open the email and click on the reply button.
Type your message and click send.
The email will be attached to the reply.