Exchange send mail later, send email with delay

Hy

I would like to create some kind of rule to send emails later
I know this option exists in outlook, but i need it on the server side

Thnaks
HelpdeskJBCAsked:
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biaxisCommented:
Have you checked if the Outlook rules don´t apply automatically in Exchange? I know that if you create a rule for incomming mails in outlook, the work automaticaly in Exchange, for example if I create a rule to move incomming mails to another folder, Exchange do that although Outlook is closed

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HelpdeskJBCAuthor Commented:
sorry but we need it on the server site
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biaxisCommented:
What I meant is: you can use Outlook to create rules in Exchange, the only problem is that you must create the rule in all the users
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HelpdeskJBCAuthor Commented:
its not a rule in outlook its only under options
i mean that i need something like a rule to shedule the emails for some people or a group of people...
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
You can configure Exchange to send large mails after a particular time, and thus you could adjust this to send all mail after certain hours.
You can also set the SMTP Connector to send mail at a particular time(s).
What exactly are you trying to do and do you want all email delayed, some email delayed or just a particular user etc?  If so, based on what determining criteria do you want to delay the mail?
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HelpdeskJBCAuthor Commented:
I could remember that this option was available at the 2003 Exchange Server, but I can't find anything on the 2007 System?
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Okay - I don't think anything exists sadly - or at least - I can't find the settings anywhere, but there are Transport Rules available which might meet your need.
Open Up Exchange Management Console> Organization Configuration> Hub Transport> Transport Rules
Create a new Transport Rule - Call it "Send BCC emails for Child x" and click Next.  On the Conditions page, select "Sent to People", click on People and add your child's name then click Next.  On the Select Action's Page, select "Blind Carbon Copy (Bcc) the message to addresses" and select your name.  Add any exceptions and then click on New to create the rule.
In Exchange 2010, there is an option to "Forward the message to addresses for Moderation" - so short of an Upgrade to 2010 - you may want to settle for a BCC or similar.
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HelpdeskJBCAuthor Commented:
Well at least now we know that it's not possible with the current version of Exchange 2007.
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HelpdeskJBCAuthor Commented:
Sorry about that C it should be a B since there is no solution to sending the emails later. However a possible solution IF we change to Exchange 2010.
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