Search by Search ID or Tag or use the Advanced Search
'See kids? This is a LETTER. A LETTER. Back when I was a kid, people would send these all the time. There was no such thing as e-mail.'
'Could we finish these negotiations via e-mail? That will allow me to think before I respond to your proposals.'
'Your physician has to have more confidence in e-prescribing. He followed up with a fax, an e-mail, and a phone call.'
E-waste - 'Well there's another hour gone on email.'
"Dammit all, haven't they heard of e-mail?"
Tags:email, emails, e-mail, e-mails, electronic mail, communication, communications, arrow, arrows, letter, letters, paper trail, technological advances, technical advances, technological advancements, technical advancements, boardroom, boardrooms, board, boards, old fashioned, old-fashioned, luddite, luddites
'Happy Father's Day....send all.'
Some emails just can't be ignored.
'Remember the good old days when people use to write each other emails?'
'It was inevitable, I suppose. They've gone and virtualized the coffee in the 'Cloud'.'
'Rest assured that your information will not be shared. Now, where can I e-mail the receipt?'
"You don't sound anything like your e-mail."
Tags:email, emails, e-mail, e-mails, electronic mail, electronic mails, communication, communications, communicating, date, dates, boyfriend, boyfriends, girlfriends, blind date, blind dates, blind-date, blind-dates, dating, first date, first dates, dating profile, communication, communications, first impression, first impressions
"You've got mail! Also, Time, CNN, HBO, ICQ, Warner Bros, Netscape, Sports Illustrated. . . . ."
'Don't tell me the office intranet is down again!!'
Kevin had a funny feeling that his boss was monitoring his emails.
'I don't have voice mail or email. . . I'm not accountable for anything.'
'For faster service next time use Email. Thank you!'
'Can I check my emails first?'
'A computer virus infected my work e-mails. Now they are all sent to the junk folder and are automatically deleted. I have never had so much free time.'
'For Pete's sake, can't you just tell me instead of emailing me?'
"We're not friends-she just e-mails me things I'm not interested in."
'Here's trouble, it's the militant wing of the Philatelic Society!'
'I finally got rid of all my junk mail.' - 'You have no new messages.' - 'On reflection, I miss the false sense of popularity.'
'Aye up. . . I've has an Ebygum mail.'
"It's another e-mail from your folks. You know, this would be a whole lot easier if you'd just tell them about the Web."