Test scenario 5 - Use Cortana to send email to a co-worker

  • Windows 10, version 1703
  • Windows 10 Mobile, version 1703

Important

The data created as part of these scenarios will be uploaded to Microsoft’s Cloud to help Cortana learn and help your employees. This is the same info that Cortana uses in the consumer offering.

This scenario helps you to send an email to a co-worker listed in your work address book, both manually and verbally.

Send an email to a co-worker

This process helps you to send a quick message to a co-worker from the work address book.

  1. Check to make sure your Microsoft Outlook or mail app is connected and synchronized with your Azure AD account.

  2. Click on the Cortana icon in the taskbar, and then click in the Search bar.

  3. Type Send an email to <contact_name>.

    Where <contact_name> is the name of someone in your work address book.

  4. Type your email message subject into the Quick message (255 characters or less) box and your message into the Message (unlimited characters) box, and then click Send.

    Cortana at work, showing the email text

Send an email to a co-worker by using voice commands

This process helps you to use Cortana at work and voice commands to send a quick message to a co-worker from the work address book.

  1. Click on the Cortana icon in the taskbar, and then click the Microphone icon (to the right of the Search box.

  2. Say Send an email to <contact_name>.

    Where <contact_name> is the name of someone in your work address book.

  3. Add your email message by saying, Hello this is a test email using Cortana at work.

    The message is added and you’re asked if you want to Send it, Add more, or Make changes.

    Cortana at work, showing the email text created from verbal commands

  4. Say Send it.

    The email is sent.

    Cortana at work, showing the sent email text