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Just wondering if you respond to e-mail when there is no subject?
Subject:Just wondering if you respond to e-mail when there is no subject? From:Lin Laurie <linlaurie -at- EMAIL -dot- MSN -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 25 Jul 1998 20:29:33 -0700
I know I don't usually open it. What does everyone else do? Is it a matter
of being unaware that it saves us all time? If I can see what the message
is about, then I know whether or not I want to open it or pass. If there's
no subject, I figure it isn't worth my while. How about the rest of you?
Maybe this message could make those of you who send out messages without a
subject realize that you'll get a better response if you include one with