How TextExpander rescued me from inbox hell and could save you too


At the start of the month, I went on a much-deserved vacation that took me to Belgium and the Netherlands. But as I quaffed gallons of fabulous Belgian beer, and ate mountains of delicious fried bitterballen, a perfect storm was gathering. A perfect storm of email, that is. Every day I was on vacation, messages from coverage-hungry PR workers flooded into my inbox like a tsunami. And when I eventually returned from my trip, I was faced with the daunting prospect of dealing with it. I could have just ignored it. But there are a couple of problems with that…

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