Several months ago, I used the "Do not deliver before" function in Outlook for Desktop to send a delayed email.
I normally use OWA from portal.office.com - I like to be web based, especially when I have to use SharePoint.
Well, today I logged in to outlook for Desktop for the first time since then and my delayed email that was supposed to be sent months ago just sent when I opened the program.
1st - I now have a really big problem at work because of this.
2nd - Why does this feature work like this? If I was able to have my computer on and Outlook open, I would have just sent the stupid email when I wanted it to go out. The whole reason I used the Delay Sending function was because I needed to send an email when I wouldn't have internet access. (The Outlook and OWA apps are terrible and unusable, so mobile access isn't ideal)