How to Schedule and Send an Email in Future from Gmail or any Service

Does the title appear interesting? Yes, it must be. It will be great to be able to schedule and send an email in future time. Isn’t it? Deferred Sender is an excellent free web app that has made this task dead simple. It doesn’t bother whatever email client or web service you use. It works just perfect with Gmail and all other email providers.

Visit Deferred Sender.

Deferred Sender User Interface

The interface is pretty simple. Enter your email address in the space provided there. Check the box for agreement of associated terms and hit “Join”.

Enter Your Email Address to Join Deferred Sender

You will see a confirmation message of your signing up.

Succesful Deferred Sender Sign Up Process

Now, check the inbox of your email account for the activation link. Your email address will be the default username and you will be provided a password that you can change later.

Activation Link Sent to Your Email Address

You will be redirected to the “Edit Preferences” page on Deferred Sender.

Activation Successful - Update Your Preferences

You can assign your profile a name, set the local time zone and change your profile password.

Name, Time Zone and New Password Settings

There are three types of notification systems available. Select your preferences and save them.

3 Different Notification System of Deferred Sender

You are done with all the configurations. Now, it’s the time to send an email in future time. After the activation of your profile, you will receive another email containing the instructions to use Deferred Sender. Send your future emails to the address deferred@deferredsender.com.

Instructions to Use Deferred Sender Sent to Your Email

Prefix the body of your original email with the following lines:

to [recipient’s email address]

[time]

For example, see the following screenshot.

Sample Future Email Sent to Deferred Sender

Compose the future email and hit “Send”. You can check your future emails here.

email

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  1. Stephen says:

    I also know a nice programme that allows you to send your mails later: Schedulemailer.com. This feature sends your mails at a selectable point of time and you get a better organisation. Here please also find a video: http://youtu.be/06NbX86ocLE Hope that you like it!

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