How to use TwitterMail?
We’re checking your replies every 2 days, if you want an e-mail instantly when you receive a Twitter reply, then we have a special feature for Friends of Twittermail.
At Twitter.com you only have 140 characters to tell your story. But if you use TwitterMail we will keep the full message here and post the first 140 characters to Twitter with a ‘Read More’ link at the end.
Schedule your posts: Our Tweet in the future feature has been rewritten! Now you simply use in the subject line ‘+3 hours, 2 minutes’ to post your tweet in 3 hours and 2 minutes. Make your friends believe you are Twittering day and night.
Don’t use any words in the subject line rather than ‘minute(s), hour(s), day(s), month(s)’, only the time in the future, examples : +30 minutes OR +1 hour OR +1 week OR +1 week, 3 days.
Make sure the time is in the future and don’t forget the ‘+’ sign at the beginning.
Twitter down? Use TwitterMail
Twitter.com offers a great service but sometimes the servers can be down. When Twitter.com is down, we will publish your tweet as soon as Twitter.com is back.