I have casually noticed that one of my gmail messages had no advertising links displayed along the right side. I was interested in the reason, maybe the sentences were too long? Then I replied the message with an 111-word-long sentence, the result was same, no advertisement at all.
So I just guess, Gmail can not parse a long sentence for its content-targeted advertisement?
Here is my long-sentence reply, and the previous no-ad email. You may test them with your Gmail box, hehe.
On 10/20/05, bbao wrote:
Mine too, but I had already saved all the important emails locally in advance before not accessing it for a long time because I did read and know its explicitly stated service policy and license which were commonly ignored by most people even those who used Hotmail intensively. So no one could be blamed except yourself. :)) Anyway, it is still not too late, you may learn such things in advance later before enjoying any free even paid services on the Internet nowadays and make yourself cleverer than before. :))
> From: xywang
> To: bbao
> Date: Oct 20, 2005 10:17 AM
> Subject: Re: Hotmail flushed all my important mails after it upgraded to 25 MB"