Tuesday, September 26, 2006


There are seven cousins on my father's side and eleven on my mother's side of the family. They all live either in Central or Coastal Virginia or in the New York suburbs so I don't get to see them very often. On Saturday I sent an email inviting them to peruse my blog as a way of keeping in touch. I'm a little embarrassed to admit that some of the emails bounced back because the addresses I had were outdated. In my defense, I asked in the email for the cousins to send me the current addresses of their siblings. As I await their replies, how do I make sure my email didn't end up in their spam folders?

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Blogger SeisMoe said...

Hey Frank, how about putting something personal in the Subject line - something only they would know to identify it was you?

Of course, if it gets jammed in their spam folder, then they'll never see it.

Do you have an email address at the station? Usually these types of email addresses will make it through the filters better than the freebees (hotmail, gmail, yahoo).

Good luck!

Blogger Polly said...

Frank, If your family is anything like mine, there is one self-appointed cousin (on each side)who tells everybody else what to do. Call that cousin, sit back, and watch the emails come rolling in:)


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