in outlook is there a simple way to default to wait 15 minutes to send an email ?

I do not know about you howevr I make misstakes

Too often I find one in an email I just sent.  

Is there a way to make my outlook wait a few minutes before sending by default ?  I know I can do it in an individual message but do not want to do that manually on every email I have for the rest of my life.

thx
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
You can also turn off Automatic Send Receive, look at your Outbox occasionally and edit as necessary, and then push Send/Receive after that. I use this method so that I have time to look at emails I have composed.

If you have more than one, you still have just one Send/Receive so it is not "individual for the rest of your life".

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TIMFOX123Author Commented:
Thank you   Red_Neck



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