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Saturday, April 7, 2012
Answering a Reader Question #347
Hi! I looooooooooooooove your blog! I was just wondering if its unprofessional, rude, or annoying to tell an agency their inbox is full. I've been trying to submit to an agency via email the past few days and every time I try to submit, my email always gets sent back to me saying their inbox is full. Hmm, so should I tell them?
Hi, Deja! I looooooooooooooove that you are a reader of my blog! :-D
Ah, the full inbox situation...it happens. They probably already know about it and are working to knock out the emails and clutter so messages won't continue to get bounced back.
That being said, I wouldn't recommend telling them at this time...if they're already aware of the issue (my gut tells me they are), chances are other people have already been telling them about it and you don't want to jump on that bandwagon and risk annoying them in that sense. Your plan B would be to snail mail your submission instead. It might not be as convenient or timely as email but unlike email accounts, sending your materials via snail mail won't result in it getting bounced back to you. So I would pursue that option if you don't have the patience to wait until they get their inbox cleared out.