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Is there a way to make Outlook 2003 send an email at a specific time rather than immediately?

I have a program that sends emails to my outlook outbox automatically. Only problem is Outlook sends them before I have time to review them. Anyone know of a way to pause the outbox indefinitely until I authorize a send/recieve - but only for the emails that are pushed in, not all items I send?

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Is it an Exchange, POP3 or IMAP account? –  Shevek Feb 6 '12 at 15:57
    
It is an exchange account –  tgunn Feb 6 '12 at 16:28

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As long as there are no group policies restricting you changing the settings, you can go to Tools > Options > Mail Setup Tab then uncheck "Send Immediately when connected".

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