According to a release by Judicial Watch, the records included an e-mail thread
detailing plans to "set up a stand-alone PC in the Secretary's office, connected to the internet (but not through [the government] system) to enable her to check her emails from her desk."
Digging out a key nugget or action in a lengthy e-mail thread
can be time-consuming drudgery.
"The whole point of this commission should be to figure out how to opt out and how to avoid a federal takeover, NOT create a state exchange."--South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, in a March 31 e-mail thread
regarding a federally funded commission to determine how the state could create its PPACA-mandated health insurance exchange.
And three researchers at Columbia University focused on e-mail thread
The "Reply with Quote" setting saves time and energy by appending the entirety of an e-mail thread
to every new message.
"Take an e-mail thread
which may cycle three to five days towards completion," he explains.
The latest version of this e-mail program includes automatic spam protection, an e-mail thread
condenser, automated type formatting tools and mailbox organizational shortcuts.
Eudora 6.0 e-mail software features automatic spam protection, an e-mail thread
condenser, automated type formatting tools, and mailbox organizational shortcuts.
Logs made for e-mail calls incorporate the complete e-mail thread
, including any response created by the agent and forwarded mail.
At Microsoft, influential industry magazine editors have been (sent e-mail) by mistake on confidential corporate decisions because, way back on the e-mail thread
, their opinion was solicited.
Enhancements in the latest version include the ability to automatically turn an e-mail thread
into a conference and automatic detection of conference call details for easy dial-in at the appointed time.
In addition, once an e-mail message has been filed by one team member, other authorised team members can securely access content whether or not they were part of the e-mail thread