In a message dated 97-07-24 19:44:50 EDT, email@example.com writes:
> So, the next time you send out a question, and people are good enough to
> offer help, good or bad, in your opinion, be good enough to at least
> acknowledge their advice, and try to be a little thankful.
I'd like to add to that if I may. Not only is it common courtesy, it's just a
good idea to let the sender know that you did indeed get the message.
Sometimes, e-mail doesn't get delivered, (particularly with AOL) and I never
know if it was ever received. But I hate to resend something, just to be
If anyone on this list is expecting an answer from me, and doesn't get it,
please repost. I always try to answer every message I receive, so if you
don't get an answer, I need to be jogged, or it got lost. Either way, please
don't hesitate to repost. It's a lot better to waste an e-mail than to have
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