> I don't see where that page clearly defines what is "correct" or > incorrect for all cases. Even it did, it's still only one person's > opinion. Note the word "guidelines" and also note that point 5 is > somewhat mitigated by point 6. The only thing certain about this topic, > is that people will never stop lecturing each other over it. Even if the > world came to a consensus on it, you'd still have people that wouldn't > adhere to it for whatever reason. I guess Shelly was just putting it out there, requests like that are never going to be actually followed by all, but I think for those that feel like considering these users and guidelines set out its a nice idea, and I will :¬) Always good getting rid of what isnt required also in my humble opinion ;¬) Cheers Ps. In outlook and most other email clients you can normally sort emails by subject - which I find far easier than scrolling through email headers and stupid advertisements in footers to find bitty info that has been left in the email.