If you need to send an email to someone that requires a reply to find out some information, does that usually warrant writing it in the project list.
For instance, if my boss asked me to find out how many servers we needed from IT, what I would do (if I can't do it then) is create a project titled 'Number of servers found out (or something like that)', with an NA of 'email eric asking how many servers are needed'. Then, once I send that email, I would create an item in the @waiting list, waiting for Eric's reply.
Does this require a project or is adding the @waiting implied? My fear is that I may get interrupted between sending an email and writing down the item in the @waiting list, and I don't want the fact that I need an answer to slip through the cracks.
What do you think?