If you say OK to any message that you want to do something, you abide that you can do it, and you should do it. Saying OK to a statement means either I support that statement or that statement is correct. If you hit OK with the message, Go there, come here, it means I will come or I will go. If we type OK to court notices, it means you treated the notice as positive and ready to abide. Then where does the doubt come from? But I hear only now that typing OK is OK to let people know that a message has been read. If you are not able to reply to such messages, you should reply that you saw the message but can't reply immediately, and report the reply will be given within the specified time. It is necessary to explain the circumstances under which the reply was postponed within that time limit. But if you typed OK, then action will be taken. Because you have informed the other party that the action reported in the notice is OK. Those who know that something cannot be done but hit OK, you are bound to do it. So it is better to stop typing OK everywhere, for unnecessary. Otherwise, the result may be calling for unnecessary action.
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