8 ways to avoid drowning in reply-all emails
From delaying outgoing emails to a ban on reply-all communications, organizations are finding ways to crack down.
Recently a student was trying to forward a New York University email about tuition to his mother. He mistakenly hit "reply all." Some 40,000 students got his hi-Mom-check-this-out message, launching a round of emailed jokes and complaints. The goof was so massive, it drew articles in media as distant as the U.K. (Note: It wasn't all his fault. More on that later.) The NYU situation isn't unique. Employees and others in all sorts of organizations are increa read more...
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