I notice some people like to us "...." when they write emails. For example, they like to say
************ I received your letter, but not the first one though... I well understand your situation.. It should be a good deal I think unless the price changes again... Anyway, let's meet next week to talk about it. As for time, please check my calendar and you should be able to find one.. ************
Why do they like using "..." extensively ? what kind of personality should I interpret ??
As used in marc's post (for example), the three dots are an ellipsis, correctly used to indicate words omitted (for whatever reason). When marc says "but in this context", I believe he's referring to the original example cited in Raj's post, in which the "ellipses" seem to serve no purpose at all. They could be left out entirely, with no loss of meaning. There are a number of possible valid uses of ellipses in e-mail, but the sample given by Raj does not seem to contain any.
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