Erin Brockovich

The Compose page is the page on which you write and address your outgoing E-mail messages. To access the Compose page, click Compose in the left-side navigation panel or click the email icon next to a name in your address book.
For security purposes, your session automatically expires when no account activity is registered for more than 30 minutes. Since typing text is not considered an activity for timeout purposes, your session may expire when composing a long message. To avoid this, make sure to Save your work.
Addressing Your Message
If you have created nicknames in the Address Book page, simply type the nickname in the appropriate field. Otherwise type in the full E-mail address. In order to send your message to multiple recipients, separate each recipient by a comma. For example: nickname1, nickname2, recipient3@host.domain.
Include main recipients in the To: field and secondary recipients you'd like to carbon copy in the Cc: field. If you wish to hide the names of your secondary recipients, use the Bcc: field to blind carbon copy.
Note: When you open the Compose page from the Address Book page, the selected nickname will automatically appear in the To: field.
 Composing Your Message

The Subject Line
Although the Subject is an optional field, it is a good idea to enter one. Your recipients may receive many E-mail messages, perhaps even several from you alone. The Subject helps your recipient distinguish between different messages.
Entering Your Message Text
Type your message in the large text box. If your message grows beyond the size of the box, a scroll bar will automatically appear.
Tip #1: You can include a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) so that it is a live link. For example, in a message, will be clickable in most E-mail packages in use today. Be sure to include the http://designator.
Tip #2: You can also enter text by cutting and pasting from a word processor or text editor. Use right mouse...