Create an email
BlackBerry Work, you can open a new email from your inbox or another mailbox, from Contacts, or from Calendar.
- From your Inbox or any folder, tap . From your Contacts, tap a recipient's email address.
- In theFromfield, tap the down arrow to select which email address or email alias to send the email message from.
- Tap theTofield and type a recipient's name. As you type,BlackBerry Worksuggests names from your Contacts and your organization's Global Address List (GAL). Note that your Outlook personal distribution lists can also be supported. Tap the beside a name to exclude it from future suggestions.
- Tap >Add Cc/Bccto add recipients.
- Tap theSubjectfield to enter the subject line of your email.
- Optionally, tap >Attach fileto include an attachment. You can attach image files from the Photo library and document files from Docs on your device, or you can take a picture with the device camera and attach the photo. Attachments are listed to the right of the Subject field. To remove an attachment, tap the attachment and tap the .
- If your administrator has enabled the Restrictions option (the Permissions option in Outlook), choose any desired restriction.
- Tap in the body of the email to compose your message. If you want to paste an image into the email message, copy the image and then long press and select Paste. Note that the ability to paste images is dependent on your organization’s policies.
- Tap a word to add it to the dictionary, delete it, or accept a spelling suggestion from a drop-down list.
- To open formatting options, do the following:
- Tap and hold a word to select it.
- Drag the left or right handles to expand or narrow your selection.
- In the toolbar, tapSelect All,Cut,Copy, orPaste. (These options may be disabled by your administrator.)
- TapB,I, orUto apply bold, italic, or underline the selection. Tap an option again to remove the formatting.If the formatting toolbar does not appear automatically, tap . Tap the icon again to hide the toolbar.
- When your message is complete, tap .