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I'd like to schedule a recurring email to be sent every week from my Outlook 365 account, that will be sent even if I'm offline or don't user Outlook at the moment. Is there a way to do that?

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If your Office 365 subscription includes Microsoft Flow, a scheduled flow can be used as follows.

  1. Create a new Flow with a "Schedule" trigger.

  2. Show advanced options for the trigger.

  3. Set the Frequency to Monthly ; set Interval to 1; select your time zone; and set the start date. For example, use 2017-07-26T00:00:00Z to start at midnight UTC the 26th day of every month.

  4. Set the Action to Office 365 / Send an email. Show Advanced options if needed, and complete filling in needed fields.

  5. Give your flow a name and save it.

On the saved flow page, you may use the ... More button to run the flow immediately for testing.

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    When you use the prepared "send mail on a schedule" template, you need to fill in your mail server and credentials. This fails when 2FA is enabled. However, when you start from a blank template and add these steps by hand, it uses your O365 credentials and mail server - this does work! Feb 22, 2019 at 8:15
  • Just a note that "Microsoft Flow" now seems to be called "Power Automate"
    – FionaSmith
    Apr 20 at 4:00

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