Re: [Evolution] Any plugin to snooze/defer an email?

On Thu, 2019-02-28 at 09:06 -0500, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
Aside: A way does exist to do this, manually.  Compose the message and
save-to-draft, don't send.  Then one can go the Drafts folder, open the
message, and send it at any given time.  I personally use the Drafts
feature frequently.

I think the OP meant snooze applied to incoming messages. At least in
the case of Gmail, that's what it does. The mail is effectively
deferred until a later time, and then shows up in the Inbox. It's still
visible of course, so the deferment is a scheduled activity that just
changes its status. As you say, there's no standard way of doing this
and I can see it being a mess to implement in a robust way.

But isn't that what Tasks are for? On receiving the mail, use it to
create a Task. That seems to cover the use case as far as I can see.
Maybe there's a case for creating a quick way to do this and calling it


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