On Monday, Yahoo will begin notifying those who requested a particular user ID through the company’s newly expanded pool of usernames if their choice has been granted. In case you missed it the first time around: earlier this summer, Yahoo announced it would re-open access to unused Yahoo IDs, and the email addresses associated with them. The plans that were initially met with a bit of controversy surrounding the security practices of doing such a thing, but Yahoo quickly addressed those concerns through additional protections. Announced in mid-July, interested users could head over to wishlist.yahoo.com to request up to five email addresses/user IDs. If the company determined those IDs eligible for re-use, they would then be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. The move was meant to trigger a land rush for emails and user IDs which have long since been taken – like your name, for example, without numbers attached to it.