Gmail "sending empty messages" - Tip

If you send an email messages in Gmail, where the subject is the entire message e.g. "Want to grab lunch at 12:30?", Gmail would always prompts to add in body text. Here’s a tip, now, you can add "EOM" or "(EOM)" at the end of the subject line (short for End Of Message), and Gmail will silently send the message without […]
If you send an email messages in Gmail, where the subject is the entire message e.g. "Want to grab lunch at 12:30?", Gmail would always prompts to add in body text. Here’s a tip, now, you can add "EOM" or "(EOM)" at the end of the subject line (short for End Of Message), and Gmail will silently send the message without the unnecessary prompt.

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