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How to reply to one person vs. the whole group

From: Christian B.
Sent on: Thursday, February 12, 2009 3:25 PM
Hi Gang,

I would like to explain how to control the scope of your communication.  If you simply hit the reply button in your e-mail reader it will by default include everyone in your discussion.  In other words, when I hit reply, the "To:" box reads [address removed].  However, if you look down a few lines and see the reference to Paul's e-mail to us you'll see that it came from "[address removed]".  If you wanted to just communicate with Paul or any other member of the group, you simply need to replace the "a[address removed]" with "[address removed]". 

Christian Blackburn

From: Paul S <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Thursday, February 12,[masked]:53:22 AM
Subject: [atheists-637] Excuse all the emails, learning how to use the system

Sorry about all the one-to-one emails that have been sent out to everyone on this discussion group.  We are learning how to use the system. 

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