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RE[7]: Stationary
by nevali on Sat 8th Dec 2007 18:37 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Stationary"
nevali
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E-mail works exactly the same as personal letters and postcards: the sender decides how it's formatted.


You're half right.

E-mail, by and large, is a business, not personal, communication tool.

If people sent business mail the way they did e-mail, they'd invariably find themselves looking for a new job.

And yes, the sender does decide, but that doesn't mean they have the final say when the technology is far from rocket science to allow the recipient to have final say (which is more than can be said for personal letters and postcards—having difficulty reading the handwriting on a postcard isn't exactly uncommon, but the equivalent is trivially avoidable in e-mail).

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