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Fixed time texting

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Key in whatever it is you want to say and then hit the 'Diarise' button below the text field, which allows you to set the transmission time and date of your choice.
Phrontistery, Jul 12 2012

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       I scheduled this bun in earlier this morning. It just arrived now [+]
AusCan531, Jul 12 2012
  

       //And an email version as well please.//
This is doable in Microsoft Outlook by using "Delay Delivery".
calum, Jul 12 2012
  

       You can use a special lotion for that too.
bungston, Jul 12 2012
  

       I'd settle for texts that arrive within a decent time of being sent. Yesterday, I texted my wife while she was downstairs (the Textie app for iStuff is free, so we use it sort of like an intercom), but she didn't receive it until almost 90 minutes later. It wouldn't have been such a big deal if she hadn't been deeply meditating at the time.
Alterother, Jul 12 2012
  
      
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