blank msgs: let 'em be

paul sentner (psentner@dns.city-net.com)
Mon, 16 Oct 1995 00:33:39 -0400


Rather than clutter the 'net with frivolous replies/bombs, I suggest you
ignore them. If the blanks are mistakes you won't embarass anyone; if they
are intentional, indifference (ignoring them)is perhaps the best "response".
..this is my $.02 worth.

--paul-- paul sentner
pittsburgh, pennsylvania
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are those blank mails that get sent to the mailing list intentional or just
stupid mistakes? is it very rude if I mail-bomb the next one that emails
the blank contents of his brain again?

anyways, is a reflector necessary for a video conference?
can I do it one-to-one? is this faster?

Cliff