Do you ever want to send an e-mail to yourself, which is scheduled for delivery in the future for some time – ten years from now?
Now there are some services that allow you to send an e-mail message in the future with the date of sending your email but there is no guarantee that email will be delivered to your inbox at exactly the same time because the service is long-term Can not stick therefore
, there is another safe solution to send you future emails that remind you of an event from Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft, or AOL, on a web-based calendar – some of these companies merge into the future They can, but they certainly have some form in the coming decades.
To create an email with any future date or date, just create a new event in any web calendar and set the date of that event as the date of the email delivery, then an email for 5 minutes from the beginning of the event Set reminder.
As a result of all your web calendars, you will use the same tricks to schedule SMS messages in the future so that event alerts can be sent to your web.
I can tell Google Calendar or Windows Live Calendar on Yahoo! Would like to like the calendar only allows you to create events within 7 years, while Google or MSN does not make any such restrictions.