E-Mail Bankruptcy

Fred Wilson did it yesterday, I’m filing it today. I have so many unread e-mails in my inbox that I can’t possibly get caught up. If you have sent me an e-mail in the last month and I have not yet responded, I apologize.

I am now calling people rather than going through the all-too-typical multiple message reply chain to resolve an issue. From here on out I am going back to voice communication as my primary mechanism for interacting with people.

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  3. Hi

    May I recommend you would have changed to the free Mozilla Thunderbird, which could – no doubt about it – have saved you all the heartache.

    Although I realize Outlook Express, and even in Vista Windows Mail, comes along with the operating system, you can save lots by getting the right tools to do the job.

    Good luck. :-)

  4. dude, I use a Mac. Apple’s mail.app, address book and ical all the way.

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