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  • Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students)
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) After logging in to Moodle, click on the course in which you want to send an email using Quickmail. In this case, we click on Demo Course.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) You can use Quickmail to send emails, with or without attachments, to individual course participants or to all course participants at once.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) Click on Compose in the Quickmail block to start a new email.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) On the Compose page, you can see a recipient list which shows the course participants whom you can send emails to.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) If Group Mode has been enabled by your teacher, the course participants will be arranged according to their groups.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) In this example, Group Mode has not been enabled (i.e. Quickmail is in No group mode).
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) You can click on Select all to select all course participants at once.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) All course participants are then selected, including the teacher.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) If you want to deselect all selected recipients, simply click on Deselect all.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) Then all course participants are deselected.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) You can also select individual course participants by checking the boxes next to their names. In this case, STUDENT02, STUDENT04 and STUDENT06 are selected.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) Next, input the subject of the email into the Subject field.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) In this case, we type in “Journal”.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) Then input the content of the email into the Message field.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) To add an attachment to the email, click on the Browse... button to choose the file to be attached to the email from your computer.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) In this case, the file Journal A.pdf is attached.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) Please note that although Quickmail automatically saves a copy of an email in the History archive after sending it out, attachments of the email will not saved.You should therefore include your email in the recipient list so that you can keep a copy of the email as well as its attachments at your HKIEd email account.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) Finally, click on the Send Email button at the bottom of the page to finish.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) A confirmation message will be shown. Then click on the Continue button to return to the course’s front page.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) Quickmail automatically keeps a record of your sent email.You can find the record on the History page.
  • Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology Moodle Series: Sending Emails Using Quickmail (For Students) Web page: http://www.ied.edu.hk/lttc Email: lttc@ied.edu.hk This learning series numbered MOS653-12.07.v1 of the Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology (LTTC) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong License.