Mail from Gmail at just time using 'Boomerang'

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Offline Zahir

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Mail from Gmail at just time using 'Boomerang'
« on: April 20, 2011, 10:53:08 PM »
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How does Boomerang schedule emails on Gmail?
« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2012, 01:06:58 PM »
How does Boomerang schedule emails on Gmail?

1. Open a new message editing window by clicking on “Compose Email”. There you can see a new drop down button with text “Send Later”.

2. Write something in the body area and provide subject, recipient address. Now click on Save button to save the message as draft. After that you can use “Send Later” button to schedule the email. For scheduling, email message should be present in the draft. Under “Send Later” button, you can see following options,

Send Message
  • At a specific time
  • In 1 hour
  • In 2 hours
  • In 4 hours
  • Tomorrow Morning
  • Tomorrow Afternoon
  • In 2 days
  • In 4 days
  • In 1 week
  • In 1 month
  • Random Time

Choose any option as per your convenience and schedule the email message for that time period.

Important: Boomerang works on normal Gmail account as well as Google Apps custom Gmail account. If you are using Google Apps Gmail, then also you can schedule emails thru this extension.

By using Boomerang, you can control the receiving of emails as well. When do you want messages to appear in Inbox. You can also add “Stars” for particular messages for attention. Google Priority Inbox is there for filtering important messages but that option is not yet available in Google Apps Emails. So you can use Boomerang over there.

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Re: Mail from Gmail at just time using 'Boomerang'
« Reply #2 on: December 12, 2016, 01:57:14 PM »
Thanks for sharing.