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Delay Delviery of email from Outlook 2007

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We are running Outlook 2007/Exchange 2007 and users want to Delay Delivery of emails for the next morning - however the email does not send until they log in and open up Outlook. Is there a way to Delay Delviery of email WITHOUT having Outlook open?

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No way for single messages. It is only possible to delay all the traffic to specific times per day but i do not think this is what you want... So Outlook must to be open.
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