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Group e-mails are the world's most best kept secrets. You send an important e-mail to several people working in the same project and Bang! The first one replies only to you.
What is this? Is the first replier in love with you, and wanted to ask you out, but dared not to?
Should you read between the lines?
Company's internal secters?
Encrypted content in some comma?
Truth of Area 51?
Of J.F.K. and Marilyn?
This is because people planning e-mail software graphical interface wants this:
When it should look like this:
Now what do you do?
- send you "reply-reply to all" of the original receivers and insult the "reply"-replier?
- send you "reply" to this "reply"-replier and keep all the original receivers in dark?