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Rashmi Sethi wrote:
> << .... and E-mail Etiquette. ... Any
> suggestions? Any Links? ....cheers rashmi....>>
> Thanks a million to all who responded !
Missed your first post.
Look in the news.announce.newusers newsgroup, or search via dejanews
or faqs.org, for various standard documents on "netiquette", especially
the "Emily Postnews" piece on how to do it all wrong.
You might also want to look at sites which explain what is wrong with
unsolicited email, e.g. cauce.org or free.org or even sputum.com,
especially if some of your target audience are marketers new to the