Looking for a way to send mail at a specific time. I know in Outlook 2010 how to make sure mail is not sent 'before' a specific time, but that doesn't guarantee that it's going to send at that time.
I also tried setting the send/receive interval to one minute in Outlook but the test email I created with a delay is still sitting in the outbox several minutes after the "Do not deliver before" time that I set. I'm not sure why it hasn't been sent yet and it doesn't appear that it's going to get sent unless I specifically hit the send/receive button.
So I either need help understanding why Outlook isn't automatically sending this email on its own, or else just another tool to accomplish this. I don't care what I have to use, just so long as it works.
EDIT: I just hit the send/receive button and the message is still sitting in the outbox. I double/triple checked the delay time I set was correct. It's set to not send before 4/25/2012 at 9:42pm. It's now 10:02pm and I don't know how to make this message send short of removing the delay, which sort of defeats the purpose.
EDIT 2: I even tried removing the delay, but apparently that's impossible since every time I remove the delay and save the message, I find that Outlook has automatically added the delay back and set it for 5:00pm. So it's impossible to even send this message at all. I want to punch the MS Office team in the face right now.