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

That is correct - the OP meant incoming email.  I came to rely on it
heavily with the Boomerang plugin and also, for my personal email, with
 gmail snooze.

However, I've switched to using the create task or create appointment
function.  Changes my workflow a bit, but it does the job.

On Thu, 2019-02-28 at 15:14 +0000, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
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
save-to-draft, don't send.  Then one can go the Drafts folder, open
message, and send it at any given time.  I personally use the
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
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


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