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Very good. Works perfectly.

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After installing the ad-don, I get an error message about missing Drafts folder. The author’s user guide (https://blog.kamens.us/send-later/#missing-drafts-folder) doesn’t help, because my email service provides folders named not in English and doesn’t allow for creating a folder named literally “Drafts” or renaming an existing folder into it.

I wrote an email to the author, with detailed explanations and screenshots, but the answer was quite rough: “The documentation in the user guide is the correct way to fix this issue. If those instructions do not resolve the issue for you, then I don't know what to tell you.”

Nevertheless, I have found a temporary workaround on my own (https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/send-later-add-on-vs-drafts-folder/29423) and I continue experimenting in search of a real fix for my case.

What do you want from me?

There is only one solution to the problem you are encountering. The solution is documented in the user guide. If the solution is not working for you, then my best guess for what is going on is that you are not following the instructions in the user guide properly.

There are more than 68,000 users of this add-on. There isn't a single other user who has encountered this issue who has been unable to resolve it using the instructions in the user guide.

Again, what do you want from me?

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I wanted a way to send recurring messages (the same message) on a specific schedule - not date! - (the 3rd Monday) to a group of people who apparently can't figure out how to push the button on their own phone and say, "Hey Siri...."

So, relegated to the secretary position, I found this add-on. The online instructions are well laid out, making it easy to figure out how to do what I needed.

I wrote 3 emails (The meeting is in a week, the meeting is in 3 days, the meeting is tomorrow) and added each to the send later recurring schedule. WORKS LIKE A CHARM!!

Worth a donation.

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The design of this addon isn't pixel perfect. But it just works, and has all functions I could possibly think of. Job well done!

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3.7) del componente aggiuntivo. 

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Does it's job wonderfully. Has all the options I need and more. Integrates well with other useful extensions. Full marks.

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3.4) del componente aggiuntivo. 

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Straight forward and reliable add-on that should be included by default.

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3.3) del componente aggiuntivo. 

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Sometimes, there is time when I should send completed letters later.

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3.3) del componente aggiuntivo. 

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I have been using Send Later for many years, across many computers, operating systems, and Thunderbird versions, and I am always happy with its reliability and level of features. The natural language processing always does a good job of doing what I want, and the mails always send (more-or-less) on time. Thank you!

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3.3) del componente aggiuntivo. 

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Usato più volte funziona bene, basta inserire i giusti dati.

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3.3) del componente aggiuntivo. 

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does what it says.

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Email conversations can be distracting and a waste of time if people reply too quickly.

So I use SendLater to queue up and delay my outgoing emails so that others won't respond to them too soon. Especially with people who send too much email, I email them with a 2 hour delay so that I won't have to deal with their reply for at least 2 hours. It's awesome!

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3.2) del componente aggiuntivo. 

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Great addon, Great work! I use it everyday.

I would to set some custom rules like:
-Next 8am (I write at night and most of the time, I want my mail to leave tomorrow morning )
-Next Business day 8am (I write on weekends and some emails should leave when business open)

Thanks

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Please read the user guide:

https://blog.kamens.us/send-later/

You can write functions to implement whatever scheduling logic you want. Some example functions which do things similar to what you asked for are provided. See this section of the user guide in particular:

https://blog.kamens.us/send-later/#dynamic

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I use it almost daily (nightly I should say ... ) to schedule emails I write on night to be sent during the day ...
Or for some other reasons to be sent after a particular date or time (like at the beginning of an event ... )

I have just one thing which is annoying me : Please update it with recent technology to avoid using unnecessary permissions ...
I'm ready to make a donation, but only after that update :)
Thanks a lot !

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3.1) del componente aggiuntivo. 

The warning you see about permissions on addons.mozilla.org is only relevant for Firefox add-ons. The add-on API that doesn't require those permissions doesn't even exist in Thunderbird. It's unfortunate that the warning is displayed for Thunderbird add-ons on AMO, but unfortunately there's nothing I can do about that.

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This adds convenient outbox scheduling features, bringing Thunderbird up to par with other popular e-mail clients. I use it to delay emails to clients and partners in other time zones, I don't really want to bother them at night.

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If one mail failed (due to wrong email/else) during schedule process that stuck another last all mails in outbox....if anyone facing this issue please reply for solution.

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I agree that this is annoying.

Unfortunately, it's a Thunderbird bug, not a bug in Send Later. I reported it to the maintainers of Thunderbird almost six years ago: https://bug635044.bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=749654 . Unfortunately, they still haven't fixed it.

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Componente molto semplice ma estremamente comodo per schedulare l'invio di mail.

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3) del componente aggiuntivo. 

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This is a really a great add-on, I'm using it for a couple of years already. I just have 2 minor issues with it: the date picker (calendar) shows Sunday as the 1st day of the week and it would be great if the add-on could pick the first weekday from the system or/and made it available in the configuration;

Another issue is that the time values (hr:min) are taken for scheduling only if one moves the focus outside the time input area, i.e. if the auto-filled time is '03:48' and one enters '09:00' and then presses with the mouse the send-later button, only the hour would be taken, the minutes would still be '48' as the focus hasn't moved outside before the button was pressed. If one moves focus from the time input area to something else before pressing the send-later button, the delivery will be scheduled with the time specified.

(Thunderbird@Ubuntu 16.04)

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (6.3) del componente aggiuntivo. 

While I appreciate your five-star review, I am obliged to point out that your comments above are bug reports / support requests and therefore are not supposed to be included in reviews. ;-) You can send such feedback to jik+sendlater3@kamens.us .

Having said that...

Regarding the first-day-of-week issue, there's no way (as far as I know) in my code for me to query what the user's system settings say the first day of the week should be, so I fix this problem _entirely_ correctly. What I can do instead is add a hidden preference to Send Later for people who want to be able to configure this. I've just done that as you requested: https://github.com/jikamens/send-later/commit/e94033d8f0c133485a9ddcbbf8e5eceb3f9fa1f7 . This change will be in the next release of Send Later which I will release in a week or so.

Regarding the editing-the-time issue, I've fixed it in the current beta release of the add-on. The fix will go out to everybody in a week or so.

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no complaints and works every time.

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I've been a daily user of the "Send Later" Add-On for Thunderbird for two or more years. At first I thought the primary advantage would be the ability to recall embarrassing messages pushed out with over aggressive use of the send button. Subsequently, I have found it is useful in other ways as well.

Often, soon after crafting an e-mail response to an inquiry, I find the sender has sent an update to that inquiry. By using "Send Later" as standard operating procedure, I'm able to cancel what has become an out-of-date response.

Finally, the "Send At" feature allows me to schedule the delivery of my e-mail message without the need to remind myself to send it out at a later date. The tool is useful when you want to deliver a message to a vacationing colleague, but you want to deliver it after he has gone through the stack of messages that piled up while he/she was away.

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The Plugin work very well. Writing E-Mails now and send them later. The Plugin does what it promisses and a little bit more ;)

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