Zimbra User Guide: Print your mail

In this article, part of the Mail Management user guide series, we are going to see how to print your emails.

Printing an Email Message

To print a mail message, you can choose between two different options:

  • Right click on the message and select “Print“. A standard print dialog will appear letting you choose your printer. When you’re done, click “ok” to send the message to the selected one.
  • Select the message you want to print, then select “Print“ from the Actions link on the toolbar. A standard print dialog will appear letting you choose your printer. When you’re done, click “ok” to send the message to the selected one.

Under Prefences Tab → General you can change font size for printed messages. The default value is 12 points.

If you have a conversation, you may want to print all the messages within it. You can perform it in a similar way to what we have seen for printing a single message:

  • Right click on the conversation and select “Print“. It will be opened in a new window. A standard print dialog will appear letting you choose your printer. When you’re done, click “ok” to send the conversation to the selected one.
  • Select the conversation you want to print, then select “Print“ from the Actions link on the toolbar. A standard print dialog will appear letting you choose your printer. When you’re done, click “ok” to send the conversation to the selected one.

The last situation we want to show you, is when you want to print only one message within a conversation:

Open the conversation and select the message you want to print. At the end of it you will find a “gear icon”. Click on it and select “print“. The message will be opened in a new window. A standard print dialog will appear letting you choose your printer. When you’re done, click “ok” to send the message to the selected one.

Close the message window.

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