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We're using email everywhere, except--of course--at the beginning of a
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> E-mail vs E-Mail...
> > At this point I favor capitalizing the m, but I'd like some input from
> > fellow techwhirlers. I don't even need a reason if you don't want to
> > give one; I just want to know what people are doing.