Mail app is one of the most used built-in apps in Windows 10. It offers almost everything that you would need to manage your email accounts.
If you have added one or more email accounts to the Mail and regularly use Windows 10 Mail app, you might want to know the keyboard shortcuts available in the Mail app to read, replay and forward email faster.
There are over 20 useful keyboard shortcuts in the Mail app. You can use the keyboard shortcuts compose a new email, add attachments, forward emails, send emails, and do much more.
Keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10 Mail app
Following are the useful keyboard shortcuts available in Windows 10 Mail app.
|Compose new email||Ctrl + N or Ctrl + Shift + M|
|Mark as read||Ctrl + Q|
|Mark as unread||Ctrl + U|
|Replay to currently open email||Ctrl + R|
|Replay to all||Ctrl + Shift + R|
|Forward currently open email||Ctrl + F|
|Search||Ctrl + E or F3|
|Switch to inbox||Ctrl + Shift + I|
|Switch to outbox||Ctrl + Shift + O|
|Add attachment||Alt + I|
|Send composed email||Ctrl + Enter or Alt + S|
|Zoom in||Ctrl ++|
|Zoom out||Ctrl – –|
|Manual sync||Ctrl + M or F9|
|Delete a conversation||Ctrl + D or Del|
|Archive a conversation||Backspace|
|Accepting meeting invitation||Alt + C|
|Decline meeting invitation||Alt + D|
|Tentative meeting invitation||Al + N|
|Move to view||Ctrl + Shift + V|
|Switch to Calendar||Ctrl + 2|
We will update this article if and when Microsoft adds new keyboard shortcuts to the Mail app.