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Have you ever received an email that didn’t make sense until you searched back through the email string to see what the subject was about?
This email might say something like, “Thanks. I got your message and I’ll send it tomorrow.”
Send what tomorrow? And why?
Since the first email in this string was sent days ago, and several hundred emails have arrived since, how can you possibly remember what the “it” referred to! It’s even worse when Continue reading →