|Use this form to create a standard message.|
SubjectThe subject of the message.
ToThe recipients' names. You can type partial names for recipients who are in the Directory. To add a recipient's name, click Add after typing the name.
If you typed a partial name, and it is unique in the Directory, the rest of the name is filled in after you click Add. If the partial name is not unique, the Directory opens with a list of all the names that match. Select the name you want, then click Select. You can select multiple names. Names in bold are currently logged in.
TipTo open the Directory without typing a partial name, click Add with the field blank.
To remove a recipient, click the Delete icon beside that recipient's name.Fill in this field like the "To" field. These recipients are copied on the message.
BccFill in this field like the "To" field. These recipients are blind copied on the message; they are never visible to To or Cc recipients. This allows you to copy people without your other recipients being aware of these copies.
AttachmentsTo attach a file that is on your computer to this message, click Browse and select the file. After it appears in the "Attachments" input field, click Attach. To attach a FirstClass object, click On Server, then select the object. You can attach multiple files.
To remove an attachment, click the Delete icon beside it.Adds your signature (as defined in your signature preferences) after the message body when you send or save the message.
Message Options buttonDisplays priority, sensitivity, and receipt options fields.
PriorityTo make a message urgent, choose Urgent. An urgent message appears in bold. Where applicable, it also invokes special gateway handling.
To make a message low priority, choose Bulk. Check with your administrator to see if making messages low priority is useful to you.Currently, message sensitivity has no effect on how FirstClass handles messages. It is provided as information for the recipient, and could be used by third-party gateways.
To make a message junk priority, choose Junk. Recipients control whether they want to see junk mail through their preferences. Junk messages sent to the Internet are marked as bulk mail.
By default, messages are assigned normal sensitivity. You can change this to personal, private, or company.When you send someone a private message, you can make FirstClass send notifications of the message status to your Mailbox. The message is marked as Registered.
To be notified when the recipient reads your message, choose "On read".Sends the message. This button is only displayed after the message is addressed.
To be notified when your message is delivered to the recipient's Mailbox, choose "On delivery". This option is useful when the recipient is using FirstClass on another server; it will not work on most other mail systems.
To be notified each time your message is delivered to another server on its route, choose "On route". This option is useful for detecting problems in multiserver FirstClass mail systems; it will not work on most other mail systems.
By default, FirstClass sends a nondelivery notice (NDN) to your Mailbox when your message cannot be delivered. If you do not want to receive an NDN for this message, choose "Suppress NDN".
Save buttonSaves the unsent message in your Mailbox.
Reset buttonReverts all values back to what was last saved.