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July 10, 2007



ya know...you can change that 25 to 50 or even 100 (talking gmail here). if only all of lifes issues were so easily solved!

Mark Brownlee

Good post. It can however be the email response-time expectation gap rather than the actual response-time that can cause frustration for people. You can use http://www.gertes.com (Global Email Response Time Expectation System) to set an expected response on an email (e.g. within Outlook or other email programs) before you send it. See http://www.gertes.com/pages/about/what_is/ specifically.

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