The Bottom Line
- SendLater integrates well with Outlook and is easy to use
- You can send emails at a predefined date or schedule recurrent messages with SendLater
- SendLater can watch files for changes and send new versions automatically
- SendLater does not customize individual messages
- You cannot control the delivery of SendLater emails using variables
- SendLater is an email scheduler for Outlook.
- The SendLater button lets you specify the delivery date for every message you send.
- SendLater also lets you schedule recurring messages flexibly.
- SendLater can watch files for updates and mail changes automatically.
- SendLater messages are in the "SendLater" folder and can be edited, re-scheduled and sent manually.
- SendLater supports Windows 2000/3/XP and Outlook 2000/2/3.
Guide Review - SendLater 2.0 - Outlook Add-On
Not only can you specify the particular time when you want an outgoing email or reply to be delivered, you can create flexibly scheduled messages as well. SendLater can deliver emails weekly, daily, hourly, yearly with lots of scheduling options in between, ideal for reminders, billing notices, routine assemblies, for example.
Of course, you can attach files to scheduled emails. SendLater can do something even better, though. Tell it to watch a certain file for change, and as soon as it is updated, SendLater mails it and re-mails it to the intended recipient.
What you cannot do with SendLater is using fields (the date, the result of an external process) to adapt the message for a specific date automatically or prevent delivery under certain circumstances.