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Finding the send date of postponed messages, I am not finding a way to see the postponed settings
 
They used to add "POSTPONED to the headers but that has been gon for a while
So, is there some way to determine what the date and time is for a message that is waiting to go out?
Thanks in advance
 
Double click on the message and then

https://content.screencast.com/users/george2534/folders/Snagit/media/e35ec3f4-1972-44ec-8d46-67d7b15d3d7e/05.01.2022-19.58.jpg
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I have a bunch of custom postpone settings and that doesn't do it, but thanks for the reply
I can get the info in the task scheduler but that is tedious. I don't know where they are hiding that info but it should be easier to get at. Add a column to show that for instance
 
Yep, scheduler (calendar in V10) and look into every message isn't so fast thing to look. Do a feature request in bug tracker, send here a link and I will give a voice for your request. Column with a time/date will be better.
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Rick G wrote:
They used to add "POSTPONED to the headers but that has been gon for a while

In v8.x, scheduled messages in the Outbox folder still have two header lines:

X-Bat-Delay: nn:nn nd
X-Bat-Delay-Event: nn

They're visible when you right-click on the message body and enable "RFC-822 Headers". It should be possible to use these header lines in filters too.

It wouldn't surprise me if v9/v10 work the same way.. as you said, they have to store this information somewhere.
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I was wondering about that too
Are these X-Bat headers visible in your Sent messages or on even on the receiving end in the inbox?

I remember a time a while ago when TheBat! started to remove all headers that would identify that the message was composed with The Bat! because spam filters would look for these headers and mark the message as spam. Somehow TheBat X-Mailer header was at the center of it.

I still wonder why?
 
That works! Thank you
I did add this as a feature request for a column, but feel free to come up with alternatives
94953

I just added X-Bat-Delay to the crollable part of the header summary which is a giant step for now

Thanks again
Edited: Rick Grunwald - 03 May 2022 21:54:32
 
>> I just added X-Bat-Delay to the crollable part of the header summary which is a giant step for now
Can you show what you do and what you have with screenshots?
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@George Salnik
Here ya go  :)

Options/Preferences then ..
https://grunwalds.com/Links/Postpone%201.jpg
https://grunwalds.com/Links/Postpone%202.jpg
 
A note:
The X-Beenthere is useful if you read any google groups. They are no longer using List-id
 
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Rick Grunwald wrote:
@ George Salnik  
Here ya go  :)

Options/Preferences then ..
https://grunwalds.com/Links/Postpone%201.jpg
https://grunwalds.com/Links/Postpone%202.jpg
Your jpg is 404-error now.
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Ok, I'm found without images and do this. But when you set up some real delay like "19 hours" it will shows as "19 hours", not as exact time of send((
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