When was the last time there was a chain email?

When was the last time there was a chain email?

The last time e-mail chain letters were a “thing” in the cultural mainstream was in the ’90s, when people were breaking in their first-ever home computers and signing up for inaugural Hotmail addresses.

How old are the Secret Sisters chain emails?

The language is eerily familiar throughout, from the innocuous chain letters currently circulating, to the Secret Sisters message,s to examples of chain letters that are almost a hundred years old, catalogued in an online database by researcher Daniel W. VanArsdale. Omit the first name. Send that person a hand- kerchief.

How many chain emails has Marian Robinson received?

Sarah Robinson, Marian’s daughter, has received no less than six chain emails in the past few weeks from friends all over the globe asking for recipes and inspirational quotes. Some she ended up responding to, and has actually gotten responses back.

What’s the best way to chain an email?

“After you’ve sent the short poem/verse/quote/etc. to the person in position 1, and only that person, copy this letter into a new email. Move the second name to position 1, and put your name in position 2. Only the name you move up and your name should show in the new email. Send it to 20ish friends BCC (blind copy).”

The last time e-mail chain letters were a “thing” in the cultural mainstream was in the ’90s, when people were breaking in their first-ever home computers and signing up for inaugural Hotmail addresses.

Which is correct, a chain of email or an email thread?

By “a chain of email” I mean an email thread where many people have chimed in from time to time and that has grown very large over time. I would call this an email thread, rather than a chain of email. You can read more about email threads here, here, and here, and see if that would be a good term.

The language is eerily familiar throughout, from the innocuous chain letters currently circulating, to the Secret Sisters message,s to examples of chain letters that are almost a hundred years old, catalogued in an online database by researcher Daniel W. VanArsdale. Omit the first name. Send that person a hand- kerchief.

Sarah Robinson, Marian’s daughter, has received no less than six chain emails in the past few weeks from friends all over the globe asking for recipes and inspirational quotes. Some she ended up responding to, and has actually gotten responses back.