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Hi,
I have a ned to schedule emails to be sent in the future, and from my reading, Apple does not intend to provide for this functionality.
Is that correct?
I loaded a product called sandlater and once I installed it, there was a requirement to pay a licence fee which was not stated up front. (Not that I saw anyway)
Anyhow, I can't uninstall sandlotter.
Any ideas?
Also does anyone have any experience in this or any freeware solutions?
many Thanks,
 

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You can access the developers site and read his FAQ to find out how to uninstall "SendLater". The app is clearly not free and says up front that it will cost 8 euros to register.

Sorry, I do not know of a free app that can do the same thing. But if you know something about using Apple Script, you can probably create your own script to do the same thing. Or you can create a workflow using the built in Automator app.
 

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