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I know that it is possible to send a delayed email from Outlook. However I wonder if that's possible to send such mail while leaving the original time in the "Sent" field in Outlook. To be more specific.. When the receiver gets the delayed mail, he will see the time when he actually received the mail in the "Received" column. But when the email is opened, there is another field - "Sent". In this "Sent" field will appear the original sending date. I want the "Sent" date be equal to the "Received" date. Is that possible?

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