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Bug#419535: E-Mail vs. E-Mails

On Wednesday 18 April 2007 10:13, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > "e-mail" (whether hyphenated, or not) is both singular *and* plural.
> > Thus, I can write "I sent email to John" (meaning one message); or "I
> > sent email to John" (meaning two-or-more messages).
> No, the plural is "e-mails" (or "emails").  "e-mail" is the singular
> and is also a *mass noun*.

OTOH, using the singular as a "mass noun" in this context would not be 
incorrect, would it?

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