Schedule future emails

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Bob Jann

Using Outoook 2002, I want to be able to schedule emails to be sent at a

future time/date. I tried downloading an add-in from Mapi but it created

annoying security messages so I uninstalled it. Can anyone suggest how else

I can schedule emails to be sent at a future date/time?
 
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Ken Slovak - [MVP - Outlook]

You can open the Options dialog for any email and set the "Do not deliver

before" setting to whatever you want.

Using code you can set the DeferredDeliveryTime Date/Time property to

whatever date/time you want to schedule the sending of the item.

"Bob Jann" <bobjann@verizon.net> wrote in message

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> Using Outoook 2002, I want to be able to schedule emails to be sent at a
> future time/date. I tried downloading an add-in from Mapi but it created
> annoying security messages so I uninstalled it. Can anyone suggest how
> else I can schedule emails to be sent at a future date/time?
>
 
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Bob Jann

Thanks. However, I do not see that in the Options dialog box. Please

advise. Also, how do I use code?
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> You can open the Options dialog for any email and set the "Do not deliver
> before" setting to whatever you want.

> Using code you can set the DeferredDeliveryTime Date/Time property to
> whatever date/time you want to schedule the sending of the item.

> >

>

> "Bob Jann" <bobjann@verizon.net> wrote in message
> news:%23GCz0j6tJHA.2596@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> > Using Outoook 2002, I want to be able to schedule emails to be sent at a
> > future time/date. I tried downloading an add-in from Mapi but it created
> > annoying security messages so I uninstalled it. Can anyone suggest how
> > else I can schedule emails to be sent at a future date/time?
> >

>
 
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andritoiuandrei@yahoo.com

On 9 Apr, 06:24, "Bob Jann" <bobj...@verizon.net> wrote:
> Thanks.  However, I do not see that in the Options dialog box.  Please
> advise.  Also, how do I use code?

> " - " <kenslo...@mvps.org> wrote in messagenews:umXsfKFuJHA.4444@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...

>
> > You can open the Options dialog for any email and set the "Do not deliver
> > before" setting to whatever you want.

>
> > Using code you can set the DeferredDeliveryTime Date/Time property to
> > whatever date/time you want to schedule the sending of the item.

>
> > > >

> >

> >

>
> > "Bob Jann" <bobj...@verizon.net> wrote in message
> >news:%23GCz0j6tJHA.2596@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> >> Using Outoook 2002, I want to be able to schedule emails to be sent ata
> >> future time/date.  I tried downloading an add-in from Mapi but it created
> >> annoying security messages so I uninstalled it.  Can anyone suggest how
> >> else I can schedule emails to be sent at a future date/time?- Ascunde citatul -


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Hi,

If you wish to simplify the process you can download Easy Mail Merge

from DS Development.

If you wish to send a mail to a list or to a single person this will

simplify the process and you can also select to send them every 10

minutes for example or the next day.

You can download the add-in from www.emailaddressmanager.com

regards,

Andrei
 
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Ken Slovak - [MVP - Outlook]

Open a new email. Make sure the Standard toolbar is being displayed. Click

the Options button. That option is there both with the Outlook editor and

with WordMail.

To use code you would handle the NewInspector() event of the Inspectors

collection to trap all items opening, or you can use a macro that you call

that uses the ActiveInspector object, something like this:

Public Sub DelayThisEmail()

Dim oInsp As Outlook.Inspector

Dim oMail As Outlook.MailItem

Set oInsp = Application.ActiveInspector

Set oMail = oInsp.CurrentItem

oMail.DeferredDeliveryTime = DateAdd("h", 4, Now)

oMail.Save

End Sub

That would actually submit the email to the transport 4 hours from now,

after you click the Send button or use the Send() method in code on that

mail item.

"Bob Jann" <bobjann@verizon.net> wrote in message

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> Thanks. However, I do not see that in the Options dialog box. Please
> advise. Also, how do I use code?
 
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