Schedule an email

This video explains how to schedule an email in Microsoft Outlook. Delay emails. Schedule emails in the desktop or online version of Outlook. The tutor starts off by creating a new mail message and then moves the Options area on the ribbon. In options the tutor explains how to set the delay for the email. Once the delay has been set the tutor mentions that you should send the email as normal. The email does not send but sits in the Outbox until the delay date and time has passed, then it will send. In Outlook online, part of Office 365, the delay settings are found at the bottom of the new message area. In the online version of Outlook, the message sits in the Drafts area until the delay time and date has passed, then it will be sent. This is a Microsoft Outlook tutorial covering scheduling an email, delaying sending an email and Online scheduling. #msoutlook #schedule

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