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Jul
2010

A Useful List of Shortcuts for Windows Live Mail

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Windows Live Mail is the useful Microsoft Email client (it is intended to be a successor of Outlook Express)  which allows you to check and manage multiple web email clients such as Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo! and more. If you use such application a lot you know how long,  tedious and boring is to carry certain procedures out. That’s why you may wish to use some tricks to make things easier. What follows is a nice list of keyboard shortcuts for Windows Live Mail which will let you save a lot of time!

Before talking about these shortcuts I have decided to write down the quick procedure which lets you turn on and enable the keyboard shortcut feature on your Windows Live Mail:

  1. Open mail.live.com and login to your Windows Live Mail account.
  2. Click Option and then More Option link.
  3. Now, click Change keyboard shortcuts located  under  the Customize your mail option.
  4. Click to Hotmail and Outlook Web Access (OWA) to take advantage of  Live Mail exclusive keyboard shortcuts.

Here is a list containing the most important Windows Mail shortcuts:

Delete a message Delete
Create a new message Ctrl+N
Send a message Ctrl+Enter
Open a message Ctrl+Shift+O
Print a message Ctrl+Shift+P
Reply to a message Ctrl+R
Reply all to a message Ctrl+Shift+R
Forward a message Ctrl+Shift+F
Save a draft message Ctrl+S
Mark a message as junk Ctrl+Shift+J
Mark a message as read Ctrl+Q
Mark a message as unread Ctrl+U
Move to a folder Ctrl+Shift+V
Open the next message Ctrl+.
Open the previous message Ctrl+,
Close a message Esc
Search your e-mail messages /
Check spelling F7
Select all S then A
Deselect all S then N
Go to the inbox F then I
Go to your Drafts folder F then D
Go to your Sent folder F then S



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