hmmm...this refers to a hotfix for this issue on Outlook 2002:
but it doesn't say anything about Outlook 2003...I use this option once in
awhile, and haven't experienced any issue with it...
Susan Conkey [MVP]
"Dan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> We have some users that send emails and go into Options and select the "Do
> Not Deliver Before:" option to send an email later on that evening. Once
> the users clicks on the Send button to send the message the email sends at
> the time specified.
> If a user were to logoff of Outlook or just turn off their PC prior to the
> time the email is specified to "Do Not Deliver Before:" the emails appear
> not to send. Is this feature only good when the PC/Outlook is up and
> Thanks for any information,