Apple’s mail service is one of the most secured services which people use their iPhones. The most amazing fact of the Apple’s email is that you can attach or add multiple email accounts like Google Account, iCloud Account and Yahoo account as well. It became an essential app for the iPhone users as the app provides notifications and alerts with different email inboxes.
But the app, especially for the new users, gets a little confusing with reply function and forward function. When a user wants to forward an email to someone, it ended up replying to the sender only. It happens quite often, and as a result, the sender receives the same email inevitably. You might have done the same thing before so if you are keeping replying the sender accidentally rather than forwarding, follow the guide and find out how to forward the emails on iPhones correctly.
Here is how to forward emails on iPhones
- Launch Mail app on your iPhone which is at the bottom of your home screen.
- Go to an email message in your appropriate email sections. It could be Inbox, Drafts, and Sent, etc.
- Select the one you want to forward.
- Tap to open the email.
- Now, go to the bottom of the box and click the arrow pointing left button Forward, Reply or Print.
- A menu will pop up with the options.
- Select Forward from the menu.
- Type the email address to which you want to forward the email. You can type a message with the attachments as well.
- Now click the Send option to forward the email.
There is another way to forward the email. Let’s see what is the other way
- Launch the app and select an email message.
- Now, tap and swipe left to open the menu.
- Select More.
- Tap when you find the Forward
- Enter the email address to which you want to forward. Tap the plus (+) button if you are going to add multiple accounts and forward the same email.
- You can type a message if you want.
- Now click Send and there you go.
You have successfully forwarded the email to other persons rather than replying the sender accidentally.
Marshall Lyne is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cybersecurity, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at www.norton.com/setup.