Chances are you received several e-mails yesterday offering a selection of wonderful sublets around campus — and the inevitable followup e-mails from fellow recipients begging to be taken off of the list.

Ken Srdjak

Yes, Information Technology Central Services should look at ways to prevent improper “mailstorms.” Yes, ITCS could do a better job teaching users about its e-mail use policies, though the e-mail ITCS sent out last night is a good start.

But, most importantly, e-mail users need to know the difference between “reply” and “reply to all” if they wish to dignify a University spam e-mail with a response.

If you don’t know which “reply” to use, ask someone. Please.

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