Are there any mail programs that allow you to compose and mail with a delivery date in the future? I get mail that I need to deal with a few days from now so I would like to forward it to myself next week as a reminder. Or just send an email as a meeting reminder.<br>Mail app doesn't do it. Or is there a way and I just can't figure it out.<br><br>Paul Morrison ... truth should never get in the way of a good story
That's more of a PIM or PDA memo function. However, Entourage mail does allow you to set schedules for sending and recieving mail. But it's an on-going schedule, like: every thursday at 6:03PM. You can also set up a meeting in Entourage calendar, and have it send your attendees a detailed meeting notice.<br>Not sure if that's what you're looking for, though...<br><br>
Sort of. Basically I'm trying to move some of the duties off the Palm to email. During the summer I still read my email aat least a dozen times a day but shorts and a bike aren't conducive to carrying the Palm. Last fall I fell off my bike and my Palm was the first thing to hit since it was in my back pocket. Keeerunch. (Was able to synch before sending it back in).<br><br>So I figure the most important thing I use it for is reminders. So why can't I send myself email reminders that arrive the morning of? Yeah a few would be the "first thursday at 2PM" type so that would be cool too. <br>I guess I have to look at Entourage again.<br><br>Paul Morrison ... truth should never get in the way of a good story
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