October
30th 2007
Invite fellow actuaries to the Outpost with our new address book import system

Posted under New Features

email-services.gifLike the Actuarial Outpost? Think it could be helpful for a friend taking exams? Why keep it secret, because now it’s easier than ever to invite your friends to the Outpost. Just like many other social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and Friendster, the AO now has an email address import system that allows you to import all of your contacts from many popular email service providers. Once you’ve imported your contacts, you can pick and choose who receives an invite by clicking the check boxes that correspond with each email address. Then, just click ‘Invite Friends’ and each of your contacts will receive a personalized letter from you telling them about the different features of the Outpost, and how they can join. If you would like to invite some friends to the Outpost, follow this link – http://www.actuarialoutpost.com/invite.

If you do not use one of the email services providers, you can always send emails to your friends the old fashion way, one email at a time. I’ve made it easier to link to the register page as well. Just cut and paste this link – http://www.ActuarialOutpost.com/register – and send it to your friends, and they’ll be on their way to becoming Outpost posters in no time. Also, be sure to remind them that we only accept non-anonymous email addresses for registrations, which means no Yahoo!, Gmail, Hotmail or other accounts like that.

P.S. Yes, I see the irony in that we do not accept new registrations from the email providers listed in the address importer, but I’ve added some simple directions in the invite email that will help get around this catch.

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One Response to “Invite fellow actuaries to the Outpost with our new address book import system”

  1. Patrick on 06 Nov 2007 at 9:14 pm #

    [Quote]Just like many other social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and Friendster…[/Quote]

    Ah yes…the big 4 social sites. MySpace, Friendster, Facebook…and the AO.

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