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Su,

Please be aware that in countries like Japan, the only answer would be
[log in to unmask] Address (and other forms of designations)
always go from the less specific to the most specific, or from the group
affiliation to the individual.

Barry

At 10:43 AM 10/27/99 -0400, Su Jones wrote:
>Hi everyone,
>we are having a discussion about which following pattern we should use to
>designate e-mail addresses for community leaders:
>[log in to unmask]
>or
>[log in to unmask]
>
>I suggested [log in to unmask] because you usually indicate a
>person's name, then organization for mailing/e-mail addresses.
>
>Any opinions or reasons for which to use?
>Thanks!
>-su

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Barry Caplan                                    "you can only find truth in logic
                                                if you have already found truth
[log in to unmask]                                without it" - found Trident Booksellers receipt

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