When you hit the reply button in your email program, really think if you need to reply to all or not.
The Washington Post writes Almost a third, 29 percent, said [in a poll] being copied on the “reply all” function was the most irksome practice.
Emal is a great tool, but if abused and not “thought about” as it’s used it can be a real pain.
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