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As an e-mail recipient is there any way to determine if an e-mail you have received has been purposely delayed and/or scheduled by the sender to be delivered at a later date/time?

asked May 02 '13 at 11:23

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Short answer no.

As a recipient you won't be able to determine this from within Outlook.

If its an internal work email then your tech support people may be able to find out for you but this depends on your email system.

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answered May 04 '13 at 06:09

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