Outlook Email Programme

@BELMCstar (1341)
Australia
March 6, 2008 10:16pm CST
I like to use my internet banking program to pay my bills. I tell the bank to pay them on a certain date, and then the money comes out on that date, and I don't have to worry about doing it later. I copy and paste the information into outlook, to email the company so they know I have paid. The problem is that I don't want to tell them 'now' that I have paid it in 2 weeks time, so I tell outlook not to send the message until a certain date. All of that is fine, and working well. What my problem consists of is that every time I close outlook, it reminds me I have unsent mail. Is there a way to turn that notification off? Thanks in advance.
3 responses
@tonyllenium (6266)
• Italy
7 Mar 08
mmh normally outlook will give the alarm for default...so try to check preferences or config section on outlook and watch about personal configuration..or system ones if you can solve your problem!!
• India
7 Mar 08
I dont think there will be an option for it. Its default, like the steering wheel in a car. may be you can change the font size, thats all...
@Asylum (48215)
• Manchester, England
17 Apr 08
I have been using Internet Banking for several years and never bother with notification. Like yourself I usually pay a bill as soon as it arrives, which does not really matter as long as it is paid on time. You could always enter the details into the Bank's website and and set it to be paid several weeks later.
@MsTickle (24994)
• Australia
12 Mar 08
I also pay my bills online and I do set some up in advance to pay by a certain date. It is not necessary to email the company as well because the account numbers and references are all there with the payment. When your bill is paid the amount is automatically credited to your account. That's all you have to do. Cheers.