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'[OT] Does anyone know of an e.mail hold and delaye'
2006\08\05@095621 by Gus S Calabrese

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Looking for an online service that holds an e-mail until a certain  
date and then sends it.

Gus S Calabrese
Denver, CO
720 222 1309     303 908 7716 cell
Please include and do not limit yourself to "spam2006". I allow  
everything with  "spam2006"  in the subject or text to pass my spam  
filters.



2006\08\05@102509 by Martin K

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Until you die?
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Gus S Calabrese wrote:
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2006\08\05@103918 by Bob Axtell

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Martin K wrote:
> Until you die?
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> MK
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> Gus S Calabrese wrote:
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>> Looking for an online service that holds an e-mail until a certain  
>> date and then sends it.
>>
>> Gus S Calabrese
>> Denver, CO
>> 720 222 1309     303 908 7716 cell
>> Please include and do not limit yourself to "spam2006". I allow  
>> everything with  "spam2006"  in the subject or text to pass my spam  
>> filters.
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>>    
There was a service that would hold email until you died. The way it
worked was that if you failed to check
in once a week, in a week it emailed stuff as requested. Looked expensive.

Anon.penet.fi would send delayed emails up to 10 days, I think.

I'd be glad to forward a few things for you, as long as it was legal.
I'll hold 'em up to a year. I wonder if I could
make that into a new career..?

--Bob

2006\08\05@114400 by nabble dude

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This should be doable with many email clients -- IIRC MS Outlook would let
you do this.
-Neil.

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2006\08\05@183012 by Josh Koffman

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On 8/5/06, Gus S Calabrese <spam_OUTgscTakeThisOuTspamomegadogs.com> wrote:
> Looking for an online service that holds an e-mail until a certain
> date and then sends it.

I use http://www.timecave.com to send myself reminders...but I'm not
sure it'd be appropriate for a legal situation or something.

Josh
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2006\08\06@071232 by Lindy Mayfield
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LOL!  A person's days would have to be numbered, like in the teens, to depend on Microsoft and Outlook not to have crashed.



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