That’s especially true since iOS 7.x is free, OS X 10.9 Mavericks is free, and all the apps in iLife and iWork are free. What’s to complain about? Not much. But if I think about it for only a moment…
There’s one feature that I’ve longed for in Apple’s Mail app that isn’t there. If you knew you could do this, would you? I’m talking about scheduled email messages. Messages that go out to a user at a specific time, regardless of where you are or when you send the message.
Apple’s Mail does not have that simple, useful function. Drafts? Yes. Send Now? Yes. Scheduled email? Nope.
Well, if you’d like to send email messages according to a schedule (like when you’re asleep, or from work when you’re at the movies instead), then SendLater is the Mac app of the day.
How it works is about as simple as you’d want. Click the Send button. Select the time and date. Click the Send Later button.
That’s about it. SendLater holds onto the email message and then sends it out at the scheduled date and time.
Not only is this a good way to remember to send a message in the future, it’s a good way to be at work sending email when you’re not exactly at work. SendLater is also a good way to answer email messages anytime but not appear as if you’re at work all the time.