Hello Cedric and welcome to the forum.
IF you are talking about the "Mail" app that is built into Windows 10, then....
The short answer is no.
When working within a particular email (send or receive) you have a few nominal tools but nothing like you might be used to, depending on what email client you might have been using previously.
Personally, I use the full blown version of Microsoft Outlook (win32 desktop application) contained in their Office 365 Suite.
You may want to consider a third party alternative if you find the "Mail" app, lacking in features or functions.
I've heard a lot of people say good things about Thunderbird http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/five-apps/five-top-alternatives-to-microsoft-outlook/