On 3 Apr 2012 <evanallen(a)talktalk.net> wrote:
In article <d26c297a52.jim(a)nails.abbeypress.net>, Jim Nagel
> evanallen(a)talktalk.net wrote on 29 Mar:
>>> How can one loooong email with all the replies in all the
>>> which people haven't snipped repeated again and again possibly be
>>> less annoying than 40 emails? Just curious.
>> It is a matter of personal preference. For me I prefer the
>> digest rather than many emails. Obviously others prefer all the
>> single emails.
> Doesn't your email system have filters, Evan (and Allan and
> A filter sends all those 40 Netsurf emails into a Netsurf folder.
> Then you just skim the subject lines and open only the ones that
> interest you.
> And with threading as well as a filter, you don't even see
> subject lines.
As I said, its a matter of personal preference. Not everyone wants
do as you do.
Why so evangelical?
Because unformatted replies to digest messages are a fundamental pain,
IMHO at any rate. :-(
With best wishes,
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