Find below a description of all the fields shown in the message header. 


Options shown in both HTML and Drag and Drop message editors

Field
Description
Subject
Subject of the message, which displays as the subject in the sent message. You can type in the text directly and add variables if you want the subject to be customized.
Sender name
Name of the person or company sending the message. You can type in the name directly and add variables if needed.
Sender email
Email address of the person or company sending the message. The email used should show your domain's name (something@yourcompany.com) so recipients can easily identify the sender.
Reply-to email
Email address to which you want recipients to reply to if needed. If no reply-to address is specified, the provided sender's email address is used by default.


Options shown only in the HTML message editor

Field
Description
Text Option that provides the ability to send a text version of the message to recipients who have such a preference or to the rare contacts who cannot view HTML content. This option is not used very much anymore but can still be activated if so required.
Not available in the Drag and Drop editor.
Wysiwyg
This version of the editor is mostly used by people who are not familiar with HTML programming. It is similar to a text editor such as MS Word, making it easier for users to create and format their messages.
Not available in the Drag and Drop editor.
Html
This version of the editor allows users to create their message by directly entering the HTML codes. This editor can also be used to copy the content of a message created in any popular Web applications such as Dreamweaver, Composer, Expression (Frontpage), etc.
Not available in the Drag and Drop editor.