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y open every forward?

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Old March 24th 03, 06:09 AM
Deadly Tide
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Default y open every forward?

i don't want to not get them i was hoping to click a setting that would
combine all the forwards together as one big e-mail that i could scroll down
to the end.
"Graham" wrote in message
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"Deadly Tide" wrote in message
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are you my brother/sister-in-law? sounds like my mother
"Quinoa S" wrote in message
I wish. People love to forward stuff to other people, who love to

to other people, who love to forward it...and after a while it's a

mess. Also a privacy issue, because your e-mail address can get

hundreds of people you don't know. Until people learn how to forward

properly (clean up the headers, hide recipients' addresses), which is

likely, we're going to be stuck with the situation inwhich you find

Personally, I ask friends and family not to include me in group

and most people know by now not to do it. Except my mother-in-law. But


Quinoa S

"Deadly Tide" wrote in message
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why is it that i have to open a series of forwards in outlook

there a way to open allof themto the final one?

When people do that to me, I re zip the bloody thing around 25 times and
mail it back to them. Let them experience the hassles of unzipping it
themselves. If a person includes me in a mass mailing, I ask them nicely
once to refrain from this behaviour then I add them to my Blacklist in
Mailwasher, it bounces all messages back at them, I never even know of the
fact they mailed me. Works for me.


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