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[Question]How to send a delayed email in Gmail..??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by uchiha.jain, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. uchiha.jain

    uchiha.jain Regular Member

    Sep 14, 2009
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    Hey fellas.. I was just wondering if there was a way to delay sending emails on gmail.. I mean like any way I can set up a mail to be sent at a particular time in future even when I'm offline.. I say gmail because it has the facility of sending emails from any other email ID you might have and I need to send the email from my college ID.. If Yahoo or any other service can do that.. I wouldn't really mind using it..

    Why I need to do this??... A bit tedious read but go ahead if you want to.. :)..I need to send some emails to some university professors in Australia for internship applications.. They are at GMT+10:00 and I'm at GMT+5:30.. Now I want to send the email at THEIR working hours.. Preferably around 10:30 AM(their time).. So the mail appears at the top of their inbox when there's a maximum chance of them checking it(just so much competition :D).. I know the thunderbird method but my college does not allow POP/IMAP access outside the local network.. and moreover I dont have access to internet during 5AM-8AM (College policy.. This is supposed to prevent gamers from having full nights of gaming.. how would it help.. I dunno.. Dont ask me..).. So I need to set-up something on gmail/yahoo/others so they send an email from my college email ID..

    Appreciate any help..
    Thanks in advance..:)
  2. crazyflx

    crazyflx Elite Member

    Nov 9, 2009
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    I'm not sure if making active links in this forum is allowed, so I'll make an "unclickable" URL for you to use. This site does EXACTLY what you asked for in your post:

    http://www. lettermelater. com/
  3. SpamHat

    SpamHat Junior Member Premium Member

    Apr 27, 2009
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    Don't think it's native to gmail but 3rd party apps will do it like crazy said.

    Nice avatar btw :)