Scheduling an E-mail

By | Nov 7, 2008



Do you want to send out an e-mail at a particular time?  You could set up a task to remind you at the right time.  Or, you could go ahead and write the e-mail and schedule the time for it to be sent.

  1. First, of course, write your e-mail and make sure it is addressed properly.
  2. Next, click on the Options button on your toolbar (or click on View and then Options on the menu bar):
  3. Check the box next to “Do not deliver before” and fill in the date and time you want it sent:
  4. Click “Close”.
  5. Click “Send”.

That’s it.  Exchange server does the rest and sends the e-mail on the appropriate date at the appropriate time.

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2 Comments so far
  1. Judy (1 comments) November 12, 2008 8:42 am

    Scheduling an E-mail – this was great I wasn’t aware I could do this. This is a big help – I’m an engineering admin and I have things that I need to send out that I have done but can’t send out yet as I need to wait till a certain date – this will help me do it and schedule it to go out and I can keep on doing what I’m good at and that’s taking care of my engineers.



  2. Jodith (189 comments) November 12, 2008 3:20 pm

    Hi, Judy.

    Welcome to Administrative Arts!

    I’m glad you found the tip helpful! I’ve found it to be an extremely helpful tool.

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