4 “Rules and Alerts” Window will appear, Click on “New Rule…” button
5 “Rules Wizard” will appear, look at “Start from a blank rule” section, click on “Apply rules on messages I send”, click on “Next >” button
6 Click on “Next >” button again (Unless you do not want to apply the delay to all sent email), a warning window will popup “Microsoft Outlook” “This rule will be applied to every message you send, Is this correct?”, click on “Yes” button to continue
7 Check “defer delivery by a number of minutes” in Step 1
8 Click “a number of” in Step 2, and set a desired delay time for sending email after the “Send” button is clicked, in other words, “Regret time”, Give it a name if you want to, Check “Turn on this rule”, click on “Finish” button
Note: Do not Check “Run this rule now on messages already in “Inbox””
9 Click on “Finish” button
10 A warning message will appear saying, “Microsoft Outlook”, “This rule will only run when you check your email in Outlook. If Outlook isn’t running, this rule won’t work for email you check online or from another device”
Basically saying, the rule we have created will only work in this Outlook, not anywhere else.
11 Rule created, click on “OK” button to finish it
12 Now, when we hit “Send” button, the email will actually sit in the “Outbox” for 2 minutes or the time you have specified, then actually send it out after that time.
3 Double click on the sent email in the folder which we want to recall
4 Click on “File” from menu bar
5 Click on “Resend or Recall” button
6 Click on the action which we want to take, “Recall This Message…” in this case
7 Then, we will see this dialogue, make sure you understand the options and make necessary adjustments, then click on “OK” button.
Note: Recall is not always guaranteed to be working correctly. Usually it works better on emails sent within same organization. Sometimes the recall function can be completely useless when dealing with external users/receivers.
When copy and paste folders/contacts in Outlook/Office 365 from/to public folders, the following error pops up.
Cannot move or copy folders. Cannot copy folder. A top-level cannot be copied to one of its subfolders. Or, you may not have approriate permissions for the folder. To check your permissions for the folder, right-click the folder, and then click Properties on the shortcut menu.
Your message to IMCEAE[email protected]usprd01.prod.outlook.com couldn’t be delivered.
Your email program is using outdated address information for IMCEAE[email protected]usprd01.prod.outlook.com.
More Info for Email Admins Status code: 550 5.1.11
The recipient email address is a LegacyExchangeDN address, which isn’t used by the Office 365 service. You might see this error if you’ve migrated your organization’s email from on-premises to the cloud, or if your organization has a hybrid configuration and you synchronize your on-premises directory with Office 365. If clearing the recipient Auto-Complete List from the user’s Outlook or Outlook on the web doesn’t solve the problem, try to clear the related LegacyExchangeDN address from your on-premises Active Directory. Then synchronize the directory again.