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Schedule Emails to be sent on certain dates

Email & Email Templates

It would be nice to be able to schedule emails to be sent to a client on certain days. We send out a series of four emails. 1) When a client subscribes 2) after one week 3) after two weeks 4) after three weeks. At this time we have to schedule a task so we know which day to send each one.

It would be helpful if SalesForce allowed users to set dates all at one time to distribute those emails, so the user doesnt have to create 60 tasks for 20 customers just to send a series of email.

Example: Send 2nd Email scheduled 1/8/2007, Send 3rd Email scheduled 1/15/2007, Send 4th email scheduled 1/22/07

The user would specify which email needs to be sent on each date with any attachments, but doesnt have to think about it after entering all the dates the first time. SalesForce would automatically send on the days specified.

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  • Rasmus Mencke - 10 years ago

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