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Sending an Email Using Cox Business Webmail


Complete the following steps to compose a new email message in Cox Business Webmail.


In a web browser, go to myaccount.coxbusiness.com.

  1. Enter your User ID and Password.
  2. Click Sign In.

    Note: If you do not remember your User ID or Password, or experience an issue signing in, then see Trouble Signing in on the Cox Website.

From the MyAccount home page, click Business Email.

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From the top menu bar, click Compose.

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: The Compose window displays.


From the To field, enter the recipients email address.

  1. From the Subject field, enter the email subject.
  2. Compose your email and click Send.

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    Note: To copy others on the message, click CC or BCC to carbon copy (cc) or blind carbon copy (bcc) the message, then enter each email address in the appropriate field.

Complete the following steps to add an attachment.

  1. Click Attachments.
  2. Locate and select the file to be sent.
  3. Click Open.

    Note: You can also drag and drop the attachment from your desktop to the Compose window.

Click the Send button.

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