Address and send email in Mail on iPhone
In the Mail app , you can send email from any of your email accounts, mark addresses from outside certain domains, and more.
Tap in the To field, then type the names of recipients.
As you type, Mail automatically suggests people from your Contacts, along with email addresses for the people who have more than one email address.
You can also tap to open Contacts and add recipients from there.
If you’re sending a copy, tap the Cc/Bcc field.
Tap in the Cc field, then enter the names of people you’re sending a copy to.
Tap in the Bcc field, then enter the names of people whose names you don’t want other recipients to see.
Tip: After you enter recipients, you can reorder their names in the address fields, or drag them from one address field to another—for example, to the Bcc field if you decide you don’t want their names to appear.
Automatically send a copy to yourself
Go to Settings > Mail, then turn on Always Bcc Myself.
Add additional mail accounts
Go to Settings > Passwords & Accounts > Add Account > Other.
Tap Add Mail Account.
Enter your name, email address, and password, then tap Next.
Enter the names of the incoming and outgoing mail servers for your account and any other requested information.
Customize your email signature
You can customize the email signature that appears automatically at the bottom of every email you send.
Go to Settings > Mail > Signature.
Tap in the text field at the top of the screen, then edit your signature.
Tip: If you have more than one email account, tap Per Account to set a different signature for each account.
Send an email from a different account
If you have more than one email account, you can specify which account to send email from.
Tap the From field to choose an account.
Mark addresses outside certain domains
When you’re addressing an email to a recipient who’s not in your organization’s domain, you can have the recipient’s name appear in red to alert you.
Go to Settings > Mail > Mark Addresses.
Enter the domains that are in your organization—ones that you don’t want marked in red.
You can enter multiple domains separated by commas (for example, “apple.com, example.org”).
Any email sent to or from other domains is marked.