How to schedule mail using Mozilla Thunderbird

Using Mozilla you can easily schedule your email for a specific time to be sent at a later time.

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Planning before the head is the one of the major reason for success. You might come across a situation, where you might've finished your email, but want to send later? Sending a birthday email or write an email but would like to schedule the delivery in recipient’s time zone.

How to schedule mail using Mozilla Thunderbird

 

With some add-ons, you can schedule your email for a specific time to be sent at a later time. You can draft an email early, then schedule it to be sent automatically at the perfect time.

How to schedule mail using Mozilla Thunderbird

In this case, you need to Install, 'Send Later 3' from extension from Mozilla Firefox. So below are the steps you need to follow in order to send an email at scheduled time.

How to schedule mail using Mozilla Thunderbird

Step 1: Go to add-ons.Mozilla.org and download 'Send Later'. Once done, install it on your system.

How to schedule mail using Mozilla Thunderbird

 

Step 2: Now go to Thunderbird, head on to Tools -> Extensions or Tools -> Add ons.

Step 3: Navigate the XPI file you saved and restart Thunderbird once again.

How to schedule mail using Mozilla Thunderbird

Step 4: If you are done with your email and want to schedule it for later, go ahead and choose 'File ->Send Later”. Once you did with this, it will ask you for the time and date.

Step 5: Now select the time and date and Click on “Send at specified time”.

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