To forward useless and/or cutsie emails you receive from your friends or coworkers to other friends and coworkers.
I just wanted to remail you this cute, touching, adorable, too funny, amazing (choose from list):
People of Walmart
Cute cat pictures
Cute dog pictures
Waste of time Powerpoint presentations.
word of the day: February 17, 2007
Attempting to follow up on previous email messages which have gone unanswered.
employee: "Jim isn't responding to my email requests to shut down the Hope Creek nuclear power plant before the East shore of New Jersey is a radioactive wasteland."
boss: "Well, remail him. Maybe he's just busy."
Joe: I did not receive the e-mail
you sent, earlier.
Amy: Okay, I will re-mail it to you. I saved it in the 're-mail' folder.
To email again or second time.
Hey dude I didn't get your e-mail
Ok, I'll re-mail you.
1. <I>verb</I>, Writing an e-mail message to one friend and copying out large paragraphs of text to resend to other friends as if one had composed a personal message for each of them. 2. <I>noun</I>, An electronic form letter about one's personal life often sent to mutual friends separately (i.e., rather than carbon copied).
"Did you hear that Jane broke up with Bill?"
"Yup, I'm sure she remailed me the same message you got."
to reply to an email; an email reply
John didn't answer my email, so I sent him a REmail.
Sending the same (normally work related) E-mail
to someone who completely ignored it the first time round, but leaving in the 'FW:' and so on that show that you forwarded it to them again to highlight what a lazy git
"Did you get a reply about those reports you sent Jeff yet?"
"No, the sod
probably hasn't even looked at it yet, I'll remail him."