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Emails from predatory publishers seem like another group where not responding is perfectly fine.


I think that every e-mail deserves a response, even if it's a perfunctory "no, sorry". The exceptions would be spam, inquiries from predatory journals, and that kind of thing.

My rule of the thumb is to respond to all e-mails within three days.

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