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Why is it necessary to have the boilerplate text in every email?

Enthusiast ,
Apr 21, 2009 Apr 21, 2009

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This one:

>This message was sent to: p taz

>To post a reply to the thread message, either reply to this email (recommended) or visit the message page: http://forums.adobe.com/message


>If you post by replying to this email, be sure to leave the square-bracketed text at the end of the subject line as it is. This will help ensure that >your message is posted correctly.

Firstly, it just highlights the dodgy-looking thing with the subject line, and secondly, I usually automatically flag any post with my name in it in case I need to respond to someone but now EVERY email that comes in gets flagged and I cannot (automatically) differentiate between high and low priority emails.

Really, guys, was there a point to that or did the page just look too empty!  Of course I know who you posted it to, I am reading it!!!!!!







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