A:What is it?
A:That's not unusual.
A:She no doubt would have preferred that you take the time to paraphrase her message in the body of your reply.
A:To paraphrase means to rephrase or restate what someone else has said or written.
A:In that case, instead of hitting "Reply" and responding, "Yes, I am available;" you should write, "Yes, I am available to meet on Wednesday at 11 AM to discuss the new product."
A:Yes. By restating her message, you have confirmed that you will be at the meeting on the right day at the right time.
A:Yes, In that case you can delete the original at the bottom of your response.
A:She is definitely right. It is very confusing to receive a message from someone who changed the subject in the e-mail and not in the subject line.
A: If I send you a message about a project we are working on and I use "Project A Summary" as the subject line, you have a clear expectation about what information is contained in the e-mail.
A:Right. Now let's say that I need to send you a message about our next team meeting. If I use your reply to me - which you recall has the subject line, "Project Summary"; you expect to read more about the project.
A:Better yet, if you are sending e-mail on a new topic, start a new message with a new subject header.>>>>这篇文章来自［教育资源库］edu.5151doc.com收集与整理，感谢原作者。