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Subject:Re: Advice on Resumes From:Dennis Thwaites <bcm -at- AXION -dot- NET> Date:Sat, 13 Feb 1999 14:32:58 -0800
I would disagree with a cc. All that would prove is that your ISP is
working. You would still have the problem of a company acknowledging
In my experience, I find that most companies, no matter how the resume is
sent in (fax, e-mail, or snail-mail) its the odd and rare company that will
acknowledge receipt. The only way to definitly know for certain is to follow
through with a phone call.
>Ask for a cc to be sent to you when you send out the email.
>On Sat, 13 Feb 1999, Barry D. Harmon wrote:
>> Laura Bell (writer -at- WELL -dot- COM ) wrote:
>> >If you have an account on CompuServe, you can ask for a receipt >when
>> internet mail server receives your message.
>> Thanks for the other help (re: ASCII format), but about the receipts, not
>> everyone has CompuServe, and from my experience, a lot of people turn off
>> their receipt functions. What then?