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TOPIC: No Response to Emails
Created by: bruinscouple17
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Is it common practice for people to not respond to emails? I personally find it rude to not respond to another persons message, even if its just to say "thanks, but we aren't interested" but we can't even seem to get that out of 80% of our emails. Does anyone else have this same issue and if so, do you feel the same way? I wonder if there is something wrong with our profile, or our pics or if it really just is other people prefer to be rude.

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Oh and I would add only that my messages are always personalized, gentlemanly yet and not rude or crass, while clearly expressing interest. (That is, I know that a crass or inappropriate message can rule out a person regardless of appearance.)

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This a a (probably common) topic but nonetheless good. I respond to all messages except the rare SM or male half of a couple that solicits non-hetero activity. My profile is very clear that I am solely straight. Otherwise I respond.

I am fairly new, and I was surprised when I don't get a response from a couple who didn't dissuade SMs in their profile (I read all before messaging), since my photo while discreet is not one many could outright rule out as appealing (except for not desiring a white SM). Furthermore, my profile has enough detail and is (I think) non-offensive and with "good content."

When someone responds with potential interest, then we'd exchange face ("PERSONAL" FOLDER) photos. I would typically with initial contact add front photo(s) that still obscured the face.

So unless a couple just didn't feel like the effort of responding, or was on a break without stating so in the profile, I never quite got the "no response." I do find it overall a bit rude, but don't sweat it in the end.

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We used to respond to all emails until we got the "I hope you get AIDS and die," reply. Now, we rarely respond to profiles we aren't interested in. We just don't want to deal with the headache.

We are more likely to respond if people put some effort into the email, but all too often they are one or two lines, with little effort.

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Sometimes, although I am not fond of this cliche', however, it seems appropriate in this case. So my thoughts are: "It is what it is". And not meant to be rude but I'm an xnavygal who loves her acronyms...my suggestion to you would be...QTIP=Quit Taking It Personal. People are people, and we are all the same yt different. xoxo

Milton FL
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ROFL @vabeach! Yeah, we've gotten a few of those as well. Usually a SM. Worse, any further communication with those guys is even less informative....

Tempe AZ
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We used to reply to all emails. But that can become too much of a full time job, so now reply only to those we think might be a match. If someone has read your email and hasn't replied in a reasonable time, they're not interested. Works both ways, too. If we email someone and don't get a response, we don't send a second message.

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some people are just rude

Maryville TN
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You know what? About 3 minutes ago we got an email from someone 300 miles away that said "Hi".

What the fuck does anyone think that warrants any kind of reply. I might as well dial a random phone number and say "Hi".

We answer most emails, but ones that my cat could have written aren't getting one.

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I personally respond to all emails. Even to the one's that I should have never received had the sender actually took the time to read my profile. I do read all of the profiles and if I am not interested I send the thanks for your interest but we are not a match and good luck in your search! You don't even want to know the amount of crappy responses I get from that. It makes me not want to respond to emails any longer, but I do because it is the right thing to do!

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Snoocums,

Sort of.

When you click on a message in the sent folder of your mailbox, it will show on the right side when you sent it, when the receiver read it, and when the receiver responded.

However, if the receiver clicked on "display detail" to read the message, it won't show as having being read, in which case you'll never know when or if the receiver read it.

If you're asking whether you can tell if a message sent to you was opened by your account, the answer is yes. It will be in your "opened" folder.

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TOPIC: No Response to Emails