Schedule future delivery of emails
Brent Herring commented
Is this feature being considered? I see it is tagged with "Gathering Feedback", but it appears this thread was started three years ago.
Uday Saha commented
Support and feedback
Jonathan Beard commented
I concur with Randy below. Boxer is primed to be the best email app out there. It's got everything I love about MAILBOX and more, with only one exception - the Boomerang-like feature. Other than that, it smokes all others, including Outlook. But without that feature, I'm not sure I can fully commit...hope it's possible, with Mailbox shutting down!
Randy Densmore commented
With MAILBOX shutting down, Boxer looks like the most capable replacement, maybe even an upgrade on most respects, but WE NEED BOOMERANG features. Please, please, please...
Patricia Linares commented
David Chiu commented
Would be such a boon to productivity! If only Boomerang supported more email accounts.
Jade Hansen commented
This is the one thing preventing me from moving from Mailbox to Boxer. I'd love to have this feature.
Pavel Iliev commented
mXHero being a great example
Andrew Bucklin commented
Similar to the "Delay Delivery" option in Outlook.
Marouf Malik commented
This would be awesome.
Scheduling when an email is sent and scheduling when an email returns to the inbox upon adding it to the to do list would be fantastic.
Yes please. I'm transitioning from Mailbox to Boxer and this is a feature I was using all the time. It will lock me into using Boxer for good
Marc Kleinmann commented
I agree - Boomerang is our most used Gmail extension. The ability to schedule emails to be returned to inbox on the day they are needed ala Boomerang would be a great addition.
B. T. V. commented
This could be a fantastic business-focused feature for the Boxer app'.
The Boomerang extension for Gmail is swell. However, the Gmail app' (in and of itself -- without Boomerang) is too inferior to incorporate as a tool within my workflow -- certainly not as quick as Boxer.
Thus, do strongly consider the suggestion, for it seems to be an essential one for plenty of business folks worldwide.
I need something like this for text messages more, but it's handy.