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Tue, 21 Jul 2009 14:14:31 GMT
Reblinks Progress

Reblinks has been sending 5-7 thousand emails per day this last week. Near doubling from last months 3-4 thousand during the same week of the month. I can't remember exactly how many RMail sent at it's peak, but I believe it was around 70,000 daily. That's not too far off. And I just launched Reblinks a few months back.

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