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Just Mousing Around Newsletter ~ Volume 16 Issue 8- Aug 2017
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Clean it up, before you Forward

We all forward email at one time or another. There are those emails which we just love and we want to share them with other friends and/or family. Recently, I was reminded about this important and courteous emailing tip when I received an email from a relative. Here is a 'sample' of what the email looked like and I'm sure you may have seen something similar before.

Sample email:
>----- Original Message -----
From: You
To: ME;
whoever@ whoever@s whoever@some whoever@som whoever@som whoever@som whoever@som whoever@so whoever@ som whoever@some whoever@so whoever@some
Subject: Fw: Some kind of Joke
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2017
>----- Original Message -----
From: "Name" <>
To: "Me" whoever@some whoever@so
Sent: Tuesday, Jul 18, 2017 6:05 AM
Subject: Fw: Joke: Some kind of joke or whatever
>----- Original Message -----
From: "Name" <>
To: "Me"
Sent: Thursday, Jul 13, 2017 9:23 PM
Subject: FW: Joke: Some kind of joke or whatever
(Then the joke, picture, text information appears here.)

For the above example, we of course used bogus email addresses. For the real email that had been forwarded, forwarded, and forwarded again there are alot of email addresses. These email addresses are there to be possibly waiting to be harvested by maybe a spamer or someone who will sell email addresses to a spamer or the like out there in internet land. No one likes spam. Lets not help the spamers in any way. So what do we do about this email that we would like to send on to our friends or family?

Clean it up. When you click on the forward button to forward the email you can usually see the email listed below in the body. Remove all the prior emails listed below by selecting all the extra stuff before the email content we want to send. You can do this by highlighting the 'stuff' and pressing the delete key on your keyboard or selecting Edit and Delete from the menu across the top of the email windows. We highlight the extra stuff by clicking, holding down the left button on our mouse and dragging down to the end of the area we want to delete. This makes for a cleaner, courteous email.

No one likes getting spam, let do our part.