I agree with Kath here. My biggest issue is people not changing the
subject line. Because of the amount of mail I get on a daily basis, I
reeealy rely on it to decid if I'm going to read something or not.
While its never been a big deal, there are those times when it bugs me
just a bit. Like when I skip a whole thread of stuff because of what
I see-hear on the subject line, only to discover later it was about
somthing totally different and I wanted to read it all along.
Hey not to change the subject here but....Oops! HAHAHA
So have a greaaaat weekend!!
On Fri, 27 Sep 2002, Salkin Kathleen wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've got a request. I realise it's 'netiquette' to cut quotes of earlier
> messages to a minimum whilst replying, and that's all to the good, but I
> don't think it's necessary to cut out the entire original message. Please
> leave something in so one can realise just what you're talking about. We
> get so many messages on this list and so many responses without changing the
> subject line, I can waste time going back through the messages trying to
> find the one replying to so that it makes sense.
> As I said, you don't have to leave the entire message you're replying to,
> just the part that's pertinent.
> Thanks! You'd save me time and my sanity!
> Kat (who's very glad it's Friday)