Instead of recalling messages, delay their delivery long enough to confirm they’re truly right to send in the first place.
While reviewing my flagged and annotated items in Omea, I was reminded of Scott Hanselman’s post on Outlook’s “Recall this message” function being naive. When I first flagged Scott’s post, I annotated it to remember its familiarity with a post by Chris Sells some time before. Later, Lars Bergstrom shared a Outlook rule idea with Chris that Chris captured here.
Along with Scott, Chris and Lars, an effective delay rule is priceless and more importantly more reliable, effective and professional. Recommended!