On 26 Apr, Reidar Nordin wrote:
| I do not have possibility to use at!
| > at: can't create a job for you
| Is there another way?
I'm confused, but *think* David Tamkin had the right interpretation of
what you're trying to do. In other words, you have an autoreply recipe
you only want to run during (roughly) non-business hours, and not that
you want to autoreply to all mail but delay mailing of the resposes to
If that's correct, then it's fitting that one of David's archived
posts provide the answer. He's already given you the concept and the
post below shows a specific example. I know this has been discussed
multiple times over the years, but I remember this one as the
N.B. His examples at the bottom of the page answer a question that
reversed the sense of how I understand your request. Specifically, it
shows how to execute a certain recipe only during business hours, where
you seem to want NOT during business hours. You should be able to get
the idea, though. His example also deals with forwarding a message
copy, and not an auto responder, but the idea is the same. That should
get you started.
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