I’m a regular Gmail users and I miss there is no default feature to schedule Email in Gmail. Here I’m talking about an E-mail service LetterMeLater (Letter-Me-Later), as name suggests let you schedule Email for future dates. You are working on some project and want to send an alert to your client at 01.00 P,M. tomorrow. But you can’t access the internet at that time and thus want to schedule the message before itself. You use email to upload photos to your Flickr, Facebook or TwitPic. You want to schedule the upload process by sending a scheduled email to your Flickr, Facebook or TwitPic account. You are sending scheduled email to yourself as a reminder about any task to be done. How to Schedule Emails using LetterMeLater service: LetterMeLater is a free email scheduling service. This service has the very best feature that our regular email program doesn’t have – the ability to schedule e-mail. It means you can write emails now and have them sent to anyone at any time in future (after one week, or after one month, or even after 10 years!). I use it frequently for sending emails to myself as a reminder of tasks to…
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