Remove All Email Addresses When You Forward a Message
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|Some email messages are worth forwarding and I enjoy reading jokes
and other humorous things forwarded to me.
Often times when a person finds an email that they just received to be of some value they will want to forward it to their friends. These friends may also find the email interesting and will forward it to their friends, and so on and so forth. Most email programs insert the headers including To: and often Cc: by default when you forward a message. This has the single advantage that everybody knows who already got a particular message. No need to forward the same mail to the same person twice.
But including all header information with all other To: and Cc: recipients has overwhelming disadvantages:
Please, do your part to keep our email addresses out of the hands of the Junk Email Spammers.
|If you are interested, I
suggest using this program: emailSTRIPPER.
It is a free program for cleaning the ">" and other formatting characters
out of your emails. It will restore "forwarded" or "replied" emails back
to their original state so they're easier to read.
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