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You can forward email messages that you receive to other people. When you forward a message, Yahoo! Mail displays the new email message tab so you can enter email addresses in the address fields and add your own message to accompany the forwarded message.
Preview or open the email message. (Remind me how.)
Click the Forward button or type f.
The New Email Message tab opens and automatically fills in the Subject box with the subject from the original message preceded by "Fw:" to indicate that it is a forwarded message.
Tip: You can change the subject if you like.
Address the message to your intended recipients. Addressing Your Message shows several ways of adding email addresses to the address boxes (To, Cc, Bcc).
Tip: Remember that you must always include at least one address in the To box. If you want to keep the list of recipients private, you can put your own address in To and all the other recipients in Bcc.
Type your own message in the text box, if you like. As with replies, you can type your text anywhere in the text box.
You can even delete unnecessary parts of the original message (such as who sent it to you) and type between paragraphs of the original message. This is called an inline reply. If you type your text inline, it’s a good idea to highlight your response by using a different colour or font from the original text, so the recipients can tell the difference between the original text and your reply.
When you’re ready to send the message, click the Send button or type s.
Yahoo! Mail sends your message. When you return to your Inbox or other mail folder containing the original message, a forwarded icon () appears on the message line.
You have the option of automatically forwarding all of your incoming Yahoo! Mail to another email account. Typically, both email accounts belong to you. To learn more, check out the Accessing Yahoo! Mail tutorial.