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University Messaging Service

Office of Public Affairs and Communications provides a messaging service that supports large-scale email messaging to pre-defined, requester-provided, or ad-hoc lists for specific, identified audiences. It consists of both a self-service interface built into the message application for sending targeted messages and personalized customer service. The latter provides hands-on assistance sending targeted messages, identifying target audiences, managing and manipulating lists, posting material online, and establishing dynamic access restrictions to materials. Lists can contain Yale and non-Yale email addresses.  More information about this service is available on the Messaging service website.

Who can use it?

  • Departments at Yale that need to send bulk messages
  • Masters, Deans and other staff who need to send bulk messages
  • Registered student organizations can create a Message Lite list.
  • Students who are interested in learning about performances, gatherings, or other events from student organizations around campus. 

How much does it cost?

The University Messaging Service is free.

How do I get it?

Sign up here. Individuals maintain their own subscriptions and organization officers are the only ones who can send out announcements to the list.

Where can I get help?

More information about this service is available on the Messaging service website. For additional assistance, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 203-432-9000, or your local support provider.

University Messaging Service

Service manager: 
Phil Rinehart
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Primary parent: 
Mailing Lists and Targeted Messaging
Short description: 

Office of Public Affairs and Communications provides a messaging service that supports large-scale email messaging to pre-defined, requester-provided, or ad-hoc lists for specific, identified audiences.

Office of Public Affairs and Communications provides a messaging service that supports large-scale email messaging to pre-defined, requester-provided, or ad-hoc lists for specific, identified audiences. It consists of both a self-service interface built into the message application for sending targeted messages and personalized customer service. The latter provides hands-on assistance sending targeted messages, identifying target audiences, managing and manipulating lists, posting material online, and establishing dynamic access restrictions to materials. Lists can contain Yale and non-Yale email addresses.  More information about this service is available on the Messaging service website.

Who can use it?: 
  • Departments at Yale that need to send bulk messages
  • Masters, Deans and other staff who need to send bulk messages
  • Registered student organizations can create a Message Lite list.
  • Students who are interested in learning about performances, gatherings, or other events from student organizations around campus. 
How much does it cost?: 

The University Messaging Service is free.

How do I get it?: 

Sign up here. Individuals maintain their own subscriptions and organization officers are the only ones who can send out announcements to the list.

Where can I get help?: 

More information about this service is available on the Messaging service website. For additional assistance, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 203-432-9000, or your local support provider.

3-lock data compliant: 
No