[svfig-open] Windows98/ME USB driver files
John A. Peters
japeters at pacbell.net
Wed Dec 3 22:00:39 PST 2003
I found this here http://www.putergeek.com/email/
If you only receive a few emails a week, then when someone replies to you it
probably isn't a problem for you to figure out what they said yes to if they
didn't quote your original email.
But a lot of people send and receive a large amount of email each week. I
for instance receive about 50 to 200 emails per week. Then I reply to all
of them. When someone replies back I usually can't remember what they're
talking about without reading what I wrote to them. If they don't have
quoting turned on I have no choice but to do a search to find the last email
I sent...what a pain!
Some people will only quote a small part of an email, while others (myself
included) prefer to quote the whole message. There is no real rule of thumb
here...but if it's a really long thread with 8-10 replies back and forth I
tend to cut out the last half or so to save email space.
In Outlook Express 5.0 go to tools | options | the send tab and check the
box that says "include message in reply".
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