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OT: Re: SHOUTING in e-mail

please stop typing in
upper case. In e-mail, this is referred to as shouting and is considered to be
ill mannered and rude. And I'm sure you don't mean to be either one! Please,
lower case, as I'm typing right now! Thank you. . .
I don't know about others, but I find things written in upper case extremely difficult to read quickly. I usually scan through my e-mail fairly quickly, and I am sure many others do too.
For someone new to the net, these conventions take a while to pick up. I believe there are sites that give tips on netiquette.
Cheers, Jan Clark, in Aus

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