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How can I turn off automatic incoming emails and instead receive new emails on a schedule only? For example, new emails at 10AM and 2PM.

Version: Outlook for Mac 16.13.1
Server Type: outlook.office365.com Exchange Server

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  • You'll need VBA to accomplish this - are you comfortable with that?
    – Seamus
    Aug 29, 2018 at 23:04
  • Yes, I don't really like basic, but willing to do the needful
    – Lightbeard
    Aug 30, 2018 at 1:28
  • So sorry... I spoke too soon. I knew that VBA was sandboxed on Mac, but I've just learned that Outlook for Mac does not support VBA - at all. And apparently Outlook for Mac doesn't have the command line "switches" that its Windows counterpart does. Ah! Now here's an idea: I'll post an "answer" stating this isn't possible... if that's wrong - or if there's any way at all to do it, that will bring them to the fore :)
    – Seamus
    Aug 30, 2018 at 2:42
  • And +1 for a good question!
    – Seamus
    Aug 30, 2018 at 2:48

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There's no way to do this. VBA would be the obvious choice, but Outlook for Mac does not support it. Another (crude) approach would be to start and stop Outlook from crontab entries with the appropriate command line switches, but Outlook for Mac doesn't have command line switches either.

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