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Part I: Think Before You E-Mail > Replying to E-Mail Messages

Chapter 4. Replying to E-Mail Messages

Often it is more convenient and appropriate to reply to a received message than to write and address a brand-new one. Replying to a message is as easy as clicking on Reply. The To and From lines are reversed so the addressing work is completed, and the original message may be displayed, if you have set up this option in your e-mail program.

It is usually advisable to leave the original subject line intact, even if your reply changes the subject. Doing so provides continuity for the original writer and any intended and hidden readers you pick up along the way.


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