The past few months I've been at the edge of graduating, so I'd begun the job search. I got a vacancy in my mailbox daily, more or less and I'd saved a couple. Some of them even sent out a somewhat personalised e-mail. Think along the lines of 'Hi X, we found you on LinkedIn and thought you might be a good match for $fairlyInterestedJobVacancy
Now in the end I decided I'll probably only start working in another year or maybe half a year. (post-graduate courses) Do I contact them to let them know about this? Or do I just ignore it for now, maybe save their credentials for the future?
I think they exchange tens, if not hundreds, of e-mails for this particular job and they'd probably wouldn't even remember my name, unless they specifically saved it somewhere. For the record: All of these vacancies were sent to me a few days up to a few weeks past. I haven't replied to them yet, so there hasn't been any talk about an interview or a good mutual match.
Do I send e-mails to them to let them know my jobhunt is postponed? Or do I just ignore them and save the company name for future use?