[MlMt] Delay sending mails

David Green dgreenbhm at gmail.com
Fri May 6 15:25:48 EDT 2016

 From notes I made from the list...

## Delayed Send

As you probably know, MailMate has a “Send Later” feature. The plan
is to allow this to have a default value essentially providing you with
an “undo send”. For now, you can use this hidden preferences:

Turn it on

     defaults write com.freron.MailMate MmSendMessageDelayEnabled -bool 

set the delay

	defaults write com.freron.MailMate MmSendMessageDelay -integer 180

The value is seconds (3 minutes in this case).

When a message is selected in the Drafts folder then you can cancel it
using “Message ▸ Cancel Send and Edit” (⌥⇧⌘D). The shortcut
is the usual send shortcut with an additional ⌥. The usual send
shortcut is bound to “Send Now” (⇧⌘D). In the composer window
you can override the “Send Later” value by holding down ⌥ as well.

On 6 May 2016, at 15:15, Esteban Umerez Argaia wrote:

> Hi there,
> Is there a way to delay every mail I send for, say, 10 seconds? I’m 
> thinking about trying to prevent sending unwanted emails, by having a 
> few seconds in case I accidentally hit Send, or I regret sending them, 
> etc.
> I’m not talking about the ‘Send Later’ feature, which I use 
> every day to schedule some mails. I’m talking about a default 
> ‘delay’ setting for the rest of messages that get sent right away 
> and I might want to stop.
> I’ve tried to look for the solution in the documentation but I 
> don’t seem to be able to find it.
> Thanks in advance, best regards
> Esteban Umerez
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