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September 12, 2011

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Charles Jannace

I implemented this system a few years ago after I received an email from an attorney who didn't intend to send it to me. I wanted to make reasonably certain that that wouldn't happen to me and I decline to use those silly disclaimers at the end of every email, as if that makes a difference. I stopped a long time ago sending emails to Mozilla suggesting that they offer templates in Thunderbird to accomplish this, essentially leaving the email address entry at the bootom and the file attachment at the top. I think it would work for everyone.

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