Outlook has the option of deferring delivery of outbound messages by using the "Do not deliver before <date> <time>" option.
This option has been present for quite some time now and I have used it in the past.
In previous editions of Outlook 2000 and XP, when this option was used along with Exchange Server 5.5/2000, the mail would be taken out of the Outlook outbox and placed within the Exchange Server queues and would be automatically delivered by Exchange at the specified date and time. Whether the sender Outlook was connected or not.
With Outlook 2003, it appears that MSFT has changed the implementation. Now the mail sits in the Outlook Outbox and only uploads to the Exchange server at the specified future date and time.
Many times, I need to compose a message and send it at some time in the future, fully knowing that I will not be in the office that particular day. Also since the future delivery mails are sitting in my Outbox, every time I close Outlook, I get the "Mail still in Outbox do you still want to exit" message.
Is there any solution around this ? I want to upload my mail to Exchange and let it handle the deferred delivery.
Thanks in advance
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