Warning about no subject in emails

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    Hi Guys

    When sending emails, right or wrongly, I never put a subject heading, and am warned about it.

    Can I prevent this warning appearing.
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    Doesn't look like it. Can't see any option to turn it off.

    If you don't want the warning and don't want to type a subject, just put a space in the subject line and the warning won't come up.

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    Please don't encourage this behavior. It causes more problems than it solves, and many SMTP servers will refuse delivery of messages with a single space in the subject line.
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    This is the beauty of a forum. Different aspects of a question can be addressed. I don't agree that am email should ever be sent without a subject. In fact, if I received it, I would likely delete it unread, but I don't know the OPs reason for asking the question, so I supply the best answer I can. In this case, it appears that getting rid of the warning is not possible, but a workaround exists.

    The OP can now decide whether to take on board the excellent advice that subject lines should always contain a subject, if he chooses to.

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    Another possibility. If the OP doesn't want to take the time to think up subjects for an email, and doesn't want to take a chance of being spammed or ignored due to no subject; create and use a shortcut. They work find in the subject line's entry field.

    I send a lot of photos to myself, so If I were to do this I might create the shortcut 'sj' and have it expand to "I'm feeling to lazy to type a subject, deal with it." I'd probably pick something polite if I were going to send the email to another person, or not. ;)
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    .hi Guys

    I will sole it by starting to insert subject..............sorted and thanks

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