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Hello

Can someone help me with a quick outlook vba to send email automatically at 7 am the next day/date? Is that possible within the limits of outlook?

Thank you
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You could use VBA and a scheduled task?
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Are you sending the same message or messages each day or are you withholding messages from one day and releasing them the next morning.

If you are talking about a simple message another way is to use "blat" which works from the command line and is very reliable.  You would then just use the normal windows scheduler and batch scripting if much is needed.

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