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#1 Sonia M

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Posted 05 October 2011 - 04:03 PM

I got this (virus-free) link from the online class I am currently taking and I thought it is worth to share with my fellow Filipinas here


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Posted 05 October 2011 - 10:18 PM

I got this (virus-free) link from the online class I am currently taking and I thought it is worth to share with my fellow Filipinas here


Good information (to all, not just Filipinas). One thing I usually do when I send to multiple people is put the whole distribution list as Bcc: (blind carbon copy) as that way the only address people see is mine, not any of the other recipients. Be especially careful when sending to friends that just blindly forward emails to others (sometimes without even reading it completely). This can get someone (maybe you) in a lot of trouble, especially in a business environment.


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04/06/2010: Joined WOF
04/11/2010: Met on Cherry Blossoms.
05/06/2010: Talked her into joining WOF.
05/13/2010: Changed our statuses on Facebook to "in a relationship".
05/28/2010: Met her friend and her employer in Chicago (here on business).
08/17/2010: Booked trip to the Philippines.
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09/08/2010: Met her parents and most of the family!
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07/25/2011: Starting on K-1 package. Where did I put all that stuff???
08/02/2011: K-1 Petition package mailed via Priority Mail to Texas Service Center! The clock is running...

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03/16/2012: Arrived in the USA together.

05/12/2012: Married!!!


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04/04/2013: Received her Permanent Resident Card from USCIS!


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Posted 05 October 2011 - 10:48 PM

I do not use BCC when sending an email within our (work) organization. I only use it whenever I send a mass email/notification to the suppliers (or a distro list from different companies). Obviously, I do not want them to contact each other. LOL!
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