I have noticed something about the three teams I am on this season: They generate different levels of e-mail traffic. The TennisOne Team. This captain uses TennisOne (for match scheduling, but not practice scheduling). Trouble is, some players cannot access TennisOne, so he has to send out e-mails in addition to the automated messages TennisOne sends out containing line-ups and match reminders. Further complicating matters is that some players hit "reply all" and blast the in-boxes of 17 people who are not at all interested in information that need only be sent to the captain. The team has played 5 matches and I have received about 130 e-mails so far this season. This includes 8 eTennis messages to me concerning one match in which I didn't even play! The E-Mail Team. These co-captains use e-mail only. The team has played 2 matches so far this season (no team practices). I have received 30 messages so far. Not bad at all. I think things will ramp up once we get deeper into the season, as there are a couple of ladies who are very fond of the "Reply All" button. The Google Spreadsheet Team. This is the team I captain. So far, I have sent out 39 messages to the team concerning the three matches we have played and our team practices. There are another 20 or so where a player hit "Reply All," so that makes 60 team messages so far. So much for the idea that TennisOne cuts down on a team's e-mail burden . . . .