Re: private replys

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From:Nora Ellen Fox <nefox@leland.Stanford.EDU>
To:Sarah Christo <>
Date:Mon, 26 Jul 1999 14:07:51 -0700 (PDT)
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It may also work to forward the message to the histonet so that
you don't have to copy and paste.  Just add your response at the beginning
of the forwarded message.

On Mon, 26 Jul 1999, Sarah Christo wrote:

> Dear Karen,
>    If it is that difficult to send replies on your system I understand.  My email system prompts for reply options when I click reply and I can click on reply to sender or reply to all receipients.  Another way to do it is to save the histonet address in your address book and then you just have to select it to address your message, but then you wouldn't have the original message included in your reply unless you cut and pasted it, which is a pain.  I'm not that informed on all the different email programs out there.  Thanks for the info.
> Sarah Christo, HT (ASCP)
> Texas A&M University
> College of Veterinary Medicine
> Dept. of Vet. Anatomy & Public Health
> College Station, TX  77868-4458
> >>> <kkdulany@UNMC.EDU> 07/21 1:34 PM >>>
>      I just read the admonitions from Sarah C. and from Lillith stating that the answer to
> their questions should be sent to the histonet and not just to them personally.  I
> understand that this is not the ideal method, but when answering a question or making a
> comment, it is too easy just to hit Reply on the computer  instead of typing in the whole
> address for the histonet.  when we are all busy with our routine lab work  it is faster to
> do it that way.  The only other solution would be that the original email come from the
> histonet, and then the person could put their name and email address at the end of their
> note and that way people could respond and it would go directly to the histonet, and if a
> private reply was necessary then we would also have that info at the end of the email.
> Would it be possible to set up the computer that way on the HistoNet end?  I am pretty
> computer illiterate but it seems like that would be an easy solution to a common
> complaint.
> Karen Dulany  HTL (ASCP)
> Eppley Institute for Cancer Research
> Omaha, NE

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