Email All Your Users Day Re-visited

By Deane Barker on September 13, 2005

Email All Your Users Day: I posted this two years ago today. I still think this is a great idea.

[…] I hereby proclaim December 1 as “Email All Your Users Day.” On that day, everyone who runs a service that has user accounts should email ALL their users to remind them they have an account, what the account is for, and where the login screen is. The member can then decide what he or she wants to do with it.

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  1. Just curious DB, what do you consider “a service that has user accounts”? Are we talking Yahoo! mail, GMail, Hotmail, etc. or just things like an eBay account, Amazon account, etc? Wouldn’t this end up flooding the internet with a cataclysmic amount of email messages?

  2. Just curious DB, what do you consider “a service that has user accounts”

    I mean any service. That has user accounts.

    What don’t you get?

  3. I didn’t say I don’t get it, I asked if this would flood the internet with a horrific amount of email. That’s all. I’d hate to be an ISP on the day in question.

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