MS Outlook is an email application available in the suite of Microsoft Office which also includes all personal information managers like contact/task manager, Notes, Calendar, and many more. MS Outlook sends emails directly, which may not everyone wants because sometimes you want to revise the content again but by mistake you press send button.
So if you really like to command and choose when email send, then let me guide you in this. After reading this post we can decide that send instant emails or schedule email to send them later.
- Turn-off the Default
- Open MS Outlook, from the file tab open options and then select advance. Now click on Send/receive or press Ctrl + Alt + S.
- Under Setting for Group “All Accounts”, un-tick all the three options in the opened dialog box. And close the box.
- Pause all sending mail
You can modify your settings to passes all sending emails from outbox of MS Outlook. To set up control that delays all sending email, just go through below steps:
- Go to the File menu and click on the Manage Rules & Alert
- In opening dialogue box tick on New Rule
- In the “Start from a Blank Rule” division, choose “Apply Rule On Messages I Send” and go to the Next.
- In the next window, don’t click on any options and in below section, it will show “Apply This Rule after I Send the Message”. And choose OK without replacing anything. And click yes to confirm it.
- Now in the next window, tick on the “Defer Delivery by a Number of Minutes” option. And enter the Number of Minutes and click. Click on Next.
- Click Next without changing anything.
- In next pane, provide this rule a name and tick to turn on this rule.
- If needed, tick the “Turn On This Rule option”. Click Finish and then tick on OK to perform the rule.
- Delay a particular email
If delaying the automatic feature or pausing all emails is destruction, you can perpetually delay specific email, as required. This method is very simple and adaptable. To pause or delay a particular email:
- Select the Options label in the next window
- Click Delay Delivery, in the More Options group
- In the Delivery Options part, set the time/date on which MS Outlook should transfer the mail.
- If you think to send the emails before the listed date/time, just un-tick the “Do Not Deliver Before”.
4: Send after connecting
If you drop emails in the Inbox when you close Outbox, MS Outlook is able to transfer them when you next open and to do it:
- Open the File menu and click on Advanced in the options menu.
- In the Send And Receive section, tick the “Send Immediately When Connected” and select OK.
You can do any other things also if you are not getting the wanted results and if you tried everything then you can choose the Microsoft support team. They have the best solution for you to resolve all the issues regarding MS Outlook or MS Office.