Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Send Email Messages Using the Stock Email App in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

Sending email messages is one of the common ways to communicate with others. It may be the reason why Samsung Galaxy S5 is equipped with the stock Email app that you can use to send or receive email messages in condition that you have added an email account to this app. When you're going to send an email message, you can also attach some files into your email messages, e.g: image, audio, contact, etc.

How to send an email message using the stock Email app?
As the example, we'll try sending an email message contains with images by using the following steps:
  1. Open the stock Email app. The combined inbox will be opened by default if you have multiple accounts.
  2. Tap at the bottom of the screen to compose a new email message. By default, if you have multiple accounts, the default email account will be used as the sender automatically.
  3. Enter the recipient email address in the To field.
  4. Enter the email subject in the Subject field.
  5. Now, enter your message in the message field below the Subject field.
  6. To attach some images into your email message, kindly do as follows:
    • Tap at the top of the screen.
    • Tap Images. It'll bring you to the Gallery app.
    • Select the required images you want to attach into your email message.
    • Tap Done button.
    • Select the required option to resize the selected images: Original, Large(70%), Medium(30%) or Small(10%).
    • The selected images have been attached to the email message.
  7. Once done, tap to send the email message. FYI, if you have enabled the delay email sending feature, you can cancel the email message sending before the specified delay time is over otherwise the email message will be sent automatically.

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