Extract from article by Kathryn Cole
According to The Radicati Group, the average employee sends 36 emails per day. That extrapolates to approximately 10,000 emails per employee per year. And so, even in cases involving a limited number of custodians, the volume of emails at issue can be significant.
Email threading provides a number of benefits, including eliminating the need to review the same content multiple times and minimizing the potential for inconsistent coding of emails.
So what exactly is threading? It is a process by which emails are grouped together so they can be reviewed as a single coherent conversation. For example, if I write John Smith an email, John’s reply will very likely include my original message at the bottom of the email chain.
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