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Snooze emails in Outlook and Apple Mail

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With the Mailbutler Snooze feature for Outlook and Apple Mail, you can put emails on the back burner and reply to them when you have time. Set your own times for how long emails should be snoozed and find them in a dedicated Snoozed folder.

 

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A graphic showing the Mailbutler Snoozed folder in Outlook and Apple Mail where snoozed emails are kept

Snooze emails and come back to them later

A graphic showing the Mailbutler Snoozed folder in Outlook and Apple Mail where snoozed emails are kept

By snoozing emails in Outlook and Apple Mail, you can hide emails from your inbox for a set period of time. This is useful if you don’t have time to read a message yet, or if the email contains a task which doesn’t require immediate attention. Once the Snooze time runs out, the email will automatically return to the top of your inbox.

You decide how long to hide your emails

The Snooze window for Outlook and Apple Mail which shows when you want to snooze an email with Mailbutler

Need to organise your emails around your workflow, rather than have your work day dictated by incoming messages? Not a problem. Manually decide how long you should snooze your emails in Outlook and Apple Mail for, be that hours, days, or weeks, meaning you can work on them when you have time and remove distractions from your inbox.

The Snooze window for Outlook and Apple Mail which shows when you want to snooze an email with Mailbutler
The Mailbutler Snoozed folder for Outlook and Apple Mail where snoozed emails are kept until their time is up

Move hidden emails back into your inbox at any time

The Mailbutler Snoozed folder for Outlook and Apple Mail where snoozed emails are kept until their time is up

Your snoozed messages in Outlook 365 and Apple Mail aren’t lost in the ether: they’ll be kept safe for you in a dedicated Snoozed folder in your email client. This means if you find yourself with a spare moment to deal with your messages, or if a task’s priority happens to change, you can head to the Snoozed folder and move emails manually back into your inbox.

Reach Inbox Zero and manage your time better

snooze emails in outlook

Snoozing emails in Outlook or Apple Mail is a great way to achieve Inbox Zero. It means you can block out dedicated times during the day to work through your emails, rather than be constantly distracted by incoming messages. Hiding emails lets you manage your inbox the way you want to, keeping your inbox clean, saving you time, and reducing stress.

Seamless integration with your current email client

Mailbutler Snooze emails for Apple Mail
Katja von der Burg

Katja von der Burg

Founder of Projekter

Katja uses Mailbutler for Apple Mail

Katja uses Mailbutler for Apple Mail

Mailbutler helps me organise my inbox by postponing emails so they don't appear in my inbox before I can take action them.
Craig Bowman

Craig Bowman

President of Common Ground Consulting

Craig uses Mailbutler for Apple Mail

Craig uses Mailbutler for Apple Mail

The ability to snooze messages that return at a specific time is essential for me.
Billy Goldberg

Billy Goldberg

President of the Buckeye Group, Advisor at Billy Goldberg Partners

Billy uses Mailbutler for Apple Mail

Billy uses Mailbutler for Apple Mail

I really like being able to schedule when a message comes back to me using the Snooze feature.

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