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  • by mr_bean (3802) on 2008.07.23 20:45 (#64010) Journal

    Has entree to all the best positions, with
    2,250,000 google hits.

    But one person says:

    When I get addressed as "Dear Sir/Madam" in any e-mail, I know the Sender is lazy. How do I know this? Because my sites are so me. With just one or two clicks you know that "Judith" is the person behind the site. I'm not a Sir, nor do I really consider myself a Madam! ;-)

    So, if one wants to contact me with a business related e-mail and uses this greeting, I know they are probably not too discriminating in who they are contacting with their offer. They just want to get their collateral in front of whomever is behind the site.