You mean, schedule the delivery of mail? <BR><BR>Sure.. you would store the schedule info in a database. Then use windows scheduler to run a prog (a .vbs would be best) every day at a certain time and have that program query the DB for any mail needing sent on that day.
...but i'm the type of person that can use my magical powers to decipher the strange meanderings of posters and get to the true meaning of the question. he was obviously looking for more than a one-word answer, no? ;)<BR>~~Chaotix