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Reengagement emails

By default I don’t load images in email. For one thing it lets me see who is using open / click data to measure engagement. This morning I got a reengagement email from my Senator.  There are things I really like about this email and there are somethings I think they get a little wrong. The […]

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iOS mail supporting list-unsub header

Al over at SpamResource reports that the next generation of Apple’s iOS has support for the list unsubscribe header. To the best of my knowledge, this is the first time an independent email client has built in support for the List-Unsubscribe header. Microsoft and Google support it, but only in their webmail system. Hopefully other […]

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iMessage Spam

iMessage is the Apple messaging system that lets folks send short messages to one another over WiFi. In December I received my first iMessage spam. I’m not even really sure how to report it or how to report it to. Mobile spam is a hot button issue right now, but the tools just aren’t around […]

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Mail that looks good on desktop and mobile

Over the weekend I noticed a new CSS framework aimed at email rather than web development, “Antwort“. This isn’t the first or only framework for email content, but this one looks simple and robust, and it allows for content that doesn’t just adapt for different sized displays but looks good on all of them. The […]

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