Ten Rules for Good E-mail Etiquette

The following are my ten rules for good E-mail etiquette

  1. Be concise and to the point
  2. Use appropriate language for intended audience
  3. Use correct spelling at all times
  4. Think carefully before any E-mail is sent, as it can be sent on to anyone
  5. Make sure the subject line can sum up the main context of the message
  6. State the emails purpose in the first sentence
  7. Don’t send redundant E-mails, make a phone call instead of a tiny E-mail
  8. Make sure only those that need to know receive the E-mail
  9. Always use a spam filter to prevent malicious attacks
  10. Don’t open E-mails from senders you don’t recognize
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