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How to Forward Particular part of email

by Carmelia Derby
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How to Forward Particular part of email

If you often Forward Particular part of email account, why not set up a programme to do this for you? With Gmail’s helpful filter feature, you can automatically forward certain emails when they arrive in your inbox, just like you can do with phone calls. Unlike when you forward a single email in Gmail, when you set up a filter rule to do this, you have to connect the email address you want to forward to.

When you forward an email message, you send a copy of the original message as well as any other messages in the conversation. In the body of the text, you can also see the “From,” “To,” and “Subject” lines, as well as a lot of wasted screen space. People can get tired of scrolling through a long thread of messages.

Getting rid of the extra text and attachments makes your message easier to read. We mentioned below are the ways to fix Forward Particular part of email. You can also go to the official Gmail support site for more information about this issue.

Ways to Forward Particular part of Gmail

Forward a single part of an email chain in Outlook

Outlook is another very popular business email app that gets used a lot. Since long email chains are most common in businesses, We would be wrong not to mention it here. Before you can forward a single message from Outlook, you have to set up conversation grouping. Try this in Outlook desktop or Office 365:

  1. Open Settings within the main Outlook window.
  2. Select Reading and turn Caret Browsing to on.
  3. Select the individual mail to forward and delete the rest.
  4. Add the recipient and hit Send.

You don’t have to throw away the rest of the mail, but doing so keeps things neat. It makes sure the email you’re forwarding doesn’t get lost in the chain and stands out enough to be quickly read and understood. Outlook for the web lets you do something similar:

  1. Open your Outlook inbox.
  2. Select the Settings gear icon in the top right.
  3. Select All Outlook Settings at the bottom of the slider.
  4. Select Show Emails as Individual Messages from Message Organization.
  5. Select Save at the top of the settings window.

Forward a single part of an email chain in Gmail

Gmail does a good job of keeping email threads in check by making them shorter. When you open an email, you will see the last two threads in the chain and a line with a number in a circle. This number shows how many replies there are in the chain. You can open the chain by clicking on the divider, which will show you just the header for each link. This does make it easier to move through email chains, but it’s still a pain.

  1. Open the email chain within Gmail.
  2. Select the specific email you want to forward and open it.
  3. Select the three dot menu icon to the right of the specific email.
  4. Select Forward and complete the To field.
  5. Add your text to the email body as you need and hit Send.


How do I selectively forward emails in Gmail?

Go back to the settings page for the Gmail account from which you want to forward messages, and then refresh your browser. Click the tab that says “Forwarding and POP/IMAP.” Select Forward a copy of incoming mail to in the “Forwarding” section. You can choose what to do with the copies of your emails that Gmail keeps.

How do I forward multiple emails without showing recipients in Gmail?

In the top part of the draught window, click on the “BCC” field. You can put each recipient’s email address in this Gmail field, which is also called “blind carbon copy.” By taking this step, you can fully hide each address. Write your message, and then click “Send.”

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