If you want to schedule your emails so that you can send them at a particular time in the future, call the expert at Thunderbird email help phone number to get step-wise instructions. To install the ‘Send Later 3’ add-ons from your Firefox browser, you need to follow the below steps to send your emails at the scheduled time.
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Step 1 – Type the add-ons.Mozilla.org URL into the address bar of your Firefox browser. Find and download the ‘Send Later’ add-on. When the download completes, you can install it on your PC.
Step 2 – Then, access the Thunderbird email application. Click the ‘Tools’ bar, followed by the ‘Extensions or Tools’ tab, and then the ‘Add-ons’ button.
Step 3 – Find the XPI file you recently saved and then restart your Thunderbird application again.
Step 4 – If you’re completed with your email and now wish to schedule it for later use, just move ahead and select the ‘File’ tab, followed by the ‘Send Later’ option.
Step 5 – Later on, it will prompt you for the particular time and date. Choose the time and date and then click the ‘Send at specified time’ option.
You can select the ‘pass through to Send Later’ option if you wish to use the default functionality of Thunderbird Send Later extension. If you have issues in installing the Send Later add-on, check its functionality. Here’s exactly how to do:
Right-click the link and select the ‘Save Target As’ or the ‘Save Link As’ option.
Pick the file path on the system hard disk.
After that, click the ‘Tools’ bar, followed by the ‘Extensions or Tools’ tab, and then the ‘Add-ons’ button in Thunderbird.
Select the Install option; find the XPI file you saved in the last step 2. Now, restart your Thunderbird email client.
However, if the problem continues, it is possible that you’re trying to install the incompatible version of ‘Send Later’ add-on. For the specific guidance or appropriate solutions, you can call on the Mozilla Thunderbird support phone number and consult the experts regarding your queries to get them resolved as soon as possible.
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