Today I’m going to walk you through a full tutorial on how to schedule emails in Microsoft Outlook. I’ll talk about how to schedule emails in the desktop app and the browser version of Outlook.
- In Outlook, compose your email and fill in the recipient info, email subject, etc.
- Select the Options tab at the top of the page. See More Options.
- Click on Delay Delivery and a dialog box will appear.
- See the section called Delivery options.
- To schedule an email, check the box that says “Do not deliver before” and enter a date and time to deliver. Hit Close.
- Then hit Send to send the email.
- In the left menu by Outbox, you will see a blue number that indicates how many scheduled emails you have.
- When you click on Outbox, you’ll see the specific scheduled email(s) and the date(s) they will be sent.
- You can go back into More Options and change the delivery day/time if you wish.
- Compose the message like normal.
- Click the drop down menu by the Send button.
- Select Send Later.
- Set date and time to send.
- In the browser version, scheduled messages actually show up under Drafts but have a message indicating when they are scheduled to send.
- You can hit Cancel Send to remove the scheduled email.
I hope this tutorial on how to schedule emails in Microsoft Outlook was helpful. If you have any questions, feel free to leave those in the comments below.
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