You have spent the whole day crafting stellar emails for your campaign. Then you open your Outlook and schedule when they need to be delivered. After checking your email reports after a week of hard work, you don’t see any activity.
Looks like Outlook deliberately decided to betray your trust? Like many other disgruntled Outlookers, you must be wondering why on earth would such a popular email client have to be opened to send a delayed message. That’s when you wish you would travel back in time and furiously hit that Send button.
Fortunately, there is more a convenient workaround for the “Delay delivery with outlook closed” problem. But before we get there, let’s take a look at Outlook Delay Delivery feature.