On 08/15/2012 08:48 PM, anne-ology wrote:
(1) I'm not referring to the sender vs. the list ... I"m referring
to all the others' which are placed in the cc;
by clicking on 'reply all', all the e-addresses are picked up -
therefore, I have to be sure that the 'to' has the sender's e-address and
the 'cc' has the list e-address.
(2) Just what - or who - is RFC ???
Request for comments
Actually there are two different philosophies. Top posting works best
when only a few people are actively involved in the conversation and all
are actively following the thread. For most exchanges this works very
well because it mimics a verbal conversation.
(3) Thank you for standing up against these list-members who respond
at the bottom !
Bottom posting is done on lists because someone may not have seen the
initial post and the context of the answers and other follow up posts.
The idea is that the thread can be followed with the oldest post on top
to latest on the bottom as if you are reading a report.
Inline posting is sometimes done when it is easier to answer each issue
I did a combination of inline and bottom posting
Also snip is used to indicate that part of the original has been deleted
by the poster
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