Is there a way to send out the same email to different people on different dates?

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I'd like to send out a "tips to get ready" email to my clients a few days before their appointment. It would be the exact same email, just sent at different times to different people, without a trigger. Is this possible?
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Zach Sharpe, Employee

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Good Afternoon and great question! To clarify, what do you mean without a trigger?

The best way to do this from my initial thinking here would be to setup a date-based automation that would activate a few days before an 'appointment' contact field.

Some things to keep in mind here would be:

- Date based triggers relies on the 'appointment' field to be a date field

- The appointment field would need to be populated the amount of days before your automation to qualify.

Definitely let me know if you were thinking something else on this and feel free to check out our resource center article on automation!
https://support.e2ma.net/Resource_Center/Guide_to_Automation/How_to_use_the_automation_workflow_buil...

Thanks!

Zach
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Kim Jaeckel Photography

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Well, I really just want to have an email set ready to go send to one or multiple contacts on my command. It seems like you should be able to have an email that you can send multiple times to different people. 
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Grey Stepp, Support Team Manager

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If you are wanting to be able to manually send that mailing, you can always just save it as a template.  Then just open a new copy of the mailing using that template and send to whomever you like.  

Is that more along the lines of what you're trying to do?  
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yes! Thanks!