unsolicited email advice 

life pro tip: if you would be absolutely horrified in the event that an email you're drafting accidentally sent early, consider writing the draft in another application, such as a text editor.

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unsolicited email advice 

@gweezlouise pretty often I'll write the email and save filling in the "to:" field until just before I send it, and for replies I'll draft in a new blank email first (so, essentially, what you suggest).

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