Add delay or schedule sending emails feature to all Outlook accounts.
Right now, this feature is only available to those with Office 365 Business Premium or Enterprise subscription for Mac.
Can you please kindly add the Outlook functionality for delaying sent email rule in Outlook for MAC. I recently moved from a Windows to a MAC version and I think this is a function that really needs to be in Outlook for MAC as well.
Lee Carr commented
Can't believe this isn't available, it's a no-brainer - so frustrating. Plenty of people catch up with email after hours but don't want to send their emails until the recipient's day starts - it's crazy to use your little spare time reading non-urgent messages.
pushing this button will open the window with possibilities of setting the sending time for this letter
A.J. Ianozi commented
This looks like a heavily requested albeit straightforward feature, and as someone who is really going all in with Mac, I really wish we had this.
Mark Kolodziej commented
In the online web version of Outlook, you can set "undo send" for a specific amount of time to reduce sent email mishaps.
In the Windows version you are able to add a rule to "delay send for amount of minutes".
But this feature is missing in Microsoft Outlook for Mac. Can we please add this as a feature?
Another note: Having the option to delay send on Windows for 0-10 seconds would be a lot better than having to do a minimum of 2 minutes for efficiency purposes.
I need that function as well. Please add it.
And to be honest it's all about delaying all emails, so you can click 'send' and still have 10 to 20 seconds for any 'second-thoughts'. I was using that previously on Windows and it was great. Let us to use it with Mac please ;)
Hi, is there a plan to introduce that?
H Bacchus commented
Any news on this? I need an email delay on all my emails. This is due to wanting to make sure our company does not send any erroneous emails that have commercial sensitivities by accident.
Jayshil Parikh commented
compile email and be able to schedule it to be sent at a future time
Don't forget the same option for Mac and Win10
Any update on this? It's very important to me to find a way to delivery 2 minutes late on default all the emails.
I work for a company and they have a Business Account. Anyone knows how to add this feature please?
This is very frustrating!
Have this feature on my windows laptop but not on my (very expensive) mac. Extremely frustrating and unacceptable!
This is definitely required... still waiting...
Still waiting for this functionality
I agree with Victor King. I have just transferred from windows laptop to a Mac computer and my Outlook software on Mac does not allow me to delay emails. this is a BIG problem for me.
Incorporate a delayed or scheduled sending feature in the MAC outlook version - as you do in the windows version.
I am currently using drafts and this distorts the fonts etc before sending and as I still then have to go back and send them one by one, it's extremely time consuming.
Mark Scheffer. commented
Here another request for the Delayed Sending option in Mac Outlook. Using Volume License for education (v 16.14).
Victor King commented
Come on guys, it is the year 2018!! If Microsoft wants people to be more productive in work and in their home offices, PELASE add this feature on the next release for all MAC users.
It is really a simple concept. I am father and when I have time to knock out some emails, I need them to be delivered at certain times otherwise they will get buried in the recipients inbox and I will not got the reply I need. If I can schedule when the message twill be sent the probability of getting the approbate response goes way up! Trust me, I have doing this for 15 years as far back as I cam remember on my MS Outlook for Windows machine at work.
Come on Microsoft! You are doing such a good job after you rolled Outlook out to the MAC community, just add this feature and then bask in all the glory and happy customers you will have BECAUSE you listened!!
You can do it Microsoft team, do the right thing and add this feature! I believe in you guys!!!
This needs to be a standard feature for all :)