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Is there a way to reply to everyone in a thread in one post?

by k8samms / June 23, 2007 8:16 AM PDT

The last couple of questions I've posted here I've gotten wonderful, detailed responses but I wasn't able to thank everyone in one post. The last time I posted a thank you reply to the last person who gave me information and I put in the subject title a thank you to all who answered me. But I'm afraid most of the people who posted to me didn't read it and therefore didn't know how much I appreciated their help. Is there a way to respond to all in a thread or do I need to go in and thank each person individually?

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A Thanks to all.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 23, 2007 8:47 AM PDT

Will do nicely.

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Just reply to yourself...

Instead of replying to an individual member, if there were several involved in the thread, just reply to your initial post. If they are tracking the thread they will all receive the notification, and that way it doesn't seem to be directed towards one person in particular.


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(NT) Thanks to both of you.
by k8samms / June 24, 2007 5:35 AM PDT

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