Why Reply All Is Bad?

Should I reply or reply all?

Reply vs.

Reply All.

Use Reply when you only want to send your message to a single person in an email thread — either the original sender of the email or the last person to reply in the thread.

Reply All when you want to respond to every contact on the thread..

How do I stop Reply All?

Select “Message“, then “Open“. Select the “Actions” tab, then select the line with “Reply to All” and click “Properties“. Uncheck the “Enabled” box then select “OK“.

What is dangerous about using Reply All?

Lower productivity. Having your employees constantly distracted by incoming emails that don�t even pertain to them is horrible for productivity, and the other side of that coin is that many will start to ignore their emails and miss important information.

What do you do when you accidentally reply all?

If you feel that you may have offended someone in the Reply All, then we recommend that you send the person a one-to-one apology email, or even better pick up the phone and call them. You could also ask them if they would like you to do another Reply-All and apologise in the email thread.

Should you always reply all?

There are a few basic ground rules for when to use reply all. In general, if your response will cause other people to do something different then yes, reply all. If your response will have absolutely no effect on other people and is “thanks” or “ok” then no, don’t reply all.

What is difference between Reply and Reply All?

Reply only sends the new message to the original sender. Attachments are not included. Reply all sends the new message to the original sender and all other recipients on the To and Cc lines.