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SetDeliveryTime for Microsoft Outlook 2010/2013/2016

Updated: 7-April-2018

SetDeliveryTime has been created to allow users to set the default value for the "Do not deliver before:" parameter in Outlook.

Current version:

The utility is an Outlook COM add-in.


  1. Make sure that .Net Framework 3.5 is installed on your Windows:
  2. Download archive file to any folder on your workstation and extract all files. Execute SetDeliveryTime.msi file and follow the instructions.

  3. Run Outlook. Select File > Options > Add-ins and make sure that SetDeliveryTime exists in "Active Application Add-ins" list (1). Now click "Add-in Options" button (2). Add-in Options window will appear.

    SetDeliveryTime installation - picture #1

  4. Select SetDeliveryTime tab. Specify application's behavior.

    SetDeliveryTime installation - picture #2

    Now click Apply button, then OK button.


  1. Open Outlook and select New E-mail. Select Options tab (1). Click Delay Delivery button (2). Note that "Do not deliver before:" (3) date and time values are the same as the ones that you defined previously on Installation step #3.

    SetDeliveryTime testing - picture #1

SetDeliveryTime has been tested with Outlook 2010/2013/2016 on Windows 7 and Windows 10.


Select Start > Control Panel. Select Programs and features. Select SetDeliveryTime in the list. Right-click and select Uninstall. Follow the instructions.

This application is free of charge if you are using it for your individual non-commercial purposes.

Unfortunately, we cannot provide support services to users of freeware IvaSoft products.


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