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Subject: RE: [TMG] E-mail messages as sources
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 17:19:53 +0000
I've enjoyed this thread -- there have been some good ideas -- thanks! Now I have a question........does everyone save every email? If so - where? On the computer? In paper form in a file cabinet/notebook? Would love to know what you do with them....
-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: David Ball <>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Laurie Williams [mailto:]
> > 2) Lumpers: do you lump e-mails?
> > Splitters: do you source every e-mail? Or do you use the entire thread
> > as one source? Or something else?
> I am generally a lumper, but for emails that contain data that I want to
> make a source for, I first change the "Subject" line of the email to reflect
> what I want the source listing to say (making it easier to find again), then
> I print a copy for my paper files, so I can mark the material that is
> pertinent. Then I make one email one source (although the email may contain
> data for a number of tags), and enter the data.
> Dave Ball
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