Email and Internet etiquette is hazy — though it's a topic GeekSugar has explored extensively — but I do think there should be some commonly accepted rules when it comes to replying all. Namely, don't reply all if 90 percent of the people you are responding to don't need to know whatever you are sharing or if your response could offend anyone, and double check to make sure you aren't replying all by accident. People who work at the computer spend hundreds of hours reading email yearly, so it's important to do your part to keep it professional and necessary. What's your take? Are there rules when it comes to sending a blast response?
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