How to Send Email Automatically in Outlook 2007

By Diana Braun

Microsoft Outlook 2007 is designed to manage, send and receive emails for small, medium and enterprise businesses. Users access their email by launching the Outlook client and can customize their own email settings. When sending emails, Outlook can be configured to send them immediately or delay them for a specified period of time. If your copy of Outlook has been configured to delay emails before sending them, you can modify it to send emails immediately.

Things You'll Need

  • Microsoft Outlook 2007

Step 1

Launch Microsoft Outlook 2007: click the "Start" button in the lower-left of your desktop, click "All Programs" and then click "Microsoft Outlook 2007."

Step 2

Click "Tools" in the menu bar at the top of the Outlook window, then click "Options" to open the "Options" window.

Step 3

Click the "Mail Setup" tab.

Step 4

Click the checkbox next to the entry "Send immediately when connected" under "Send/Receive." The checkbox should be checked, indicating that it is selected.

Step 5

Click the "OK" button.