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Because we so often SHOULD reply offline, and sometimes embarrass ourselves with an inadvertent broadcast reply, everyone should know that the sender’s own email address is imbedded in the data somewhere. I use Microsoft outlook, but I expect other email programs would have similar information.
When viewing the email subjects in the upper part of the window (your Inbox), Right-mouse click on the note in question and choose Options at the bottom of the list. A whole detailed window of the path the note followed will appear, and near the bottom of that gobbledygook will be the sender of the note and his/her email. You can then right-mouse click to copy that and paste it in a new email.
Hopefully others who use different email programs or those odd Mac users out there will post their own versions of Hide-and-seek email instructions. Although it’s sometimes entertaining to read those shouldabeen private replies ;) it might save someone from the flames someday.
Kansas City, No.
From: MO Wild Bird Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Charlene and Jim Malone
Sent: Thursday, January 09, 2003 9:39 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: WGNSS Saturday Walk
I would prefer to answer this in private, but because no e-mail address was given, I will reply publicly. I am also assuming, James, that you are in the St. Louis area since you inquired about the WGNSS walk (no location was given either)