Windows 10 Mail

Test your knowledge about mail in Windows 10.

The test contains 20 multiple choice questions. When you have finished answering the questions, click the View your results button at the bottom of this page. Your test results and the correct answers are shown immediately on your screen. With a score of sufficient or greater, you can receive the Computer Certificate by email if desired.

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Test questions:

1. Is an email message removed definitively when it is removed from the Trash folder?

2. Is an email message removed definitively when it is removed from the Inbox?

3. Can an email address contain spaces?

4. Which button do you click to send an answer to both the sender and all recipients of an email message?

5. Can you send an email message without setting up an account in the Mail app?

6. Which button do you click to send an email message to someone other than the sender?

7. Which button do you click to create a new email message in the Mail app?

8. How can you tell if you have received a new email message in the Mail app?

9. Can you send an email message to multiple recipients at once?

10. What can you do with an attachment in the Mail app?

11. Can you view the content of a sent email message in the Mail app?

12. Is it possible to save an attachment received in an email message to my own computer?

13. How do you close a window of an email message in the Mail app?

14. Can you send an email to yourself from your own account?

15. Can email messages from your friends and family end up in the Junk folder?

16. What sort of email messages can be seen in the Inbox OUT folder?

17. What is the purpose of the Drafts folder in the Mail app?

18. When you answer an email by clicking Windows10Mail_Beantwoorden, will the message also contain the original text?

19. What does the Windows10Mail_BijlageCLIP icon indicate in an email message?

20. Can you remove email messages from the Sent folder?

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Suggested book(s) by this test:

Windows 10 for SENIORS
Windows 10 for SENIORS for the Beginning Computer User