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Netiquette - Email
etiquette (sometimes called 'netiquette'). If you
are new to email, bear in mind that you should avoid
typing your message in capitals, it is the
electronic equivalent of SHOUTING!
your email short and to the point since many
people may not appreciate reading 20 screen-full of
this and that. Remember that email is a quick way to
communicate and you can always shoot off another
email the same hour or day to clarify something.
Mind your cyber
language :o) Likewise,
for the language used, should not offensive. In
cyber language, UPPERCASE TEXT--can be perceived as
Don't type in all caps unless
of course, you're intending to shout at the person.
Also, consider carefully what you write .
Remember that it
is both an official correspondence as well as a
permanent record that can be easily forwarded to
Please never accuse people, call them names
or suggest that they aren't being smart or point out
their spelling errors. Assume their intentions are
genuine and avoid sarcasm. Be polite and assertive,
if necessary, but not vindictive.
Avoid cyber-speak - Do not assume that
everyone is familiar with the cute acronyms used in
email correspondence, such as IMHO (in my humble
opinion), FWIW (For what it's worth), FYI (For your
information) or BTW (By the way). Performing a
mental translation each time slows down the reader
and makes reading difficult for them. You don't want
them to be put off or lose the essence of your
Guides for improving email
Visit the Netiquette website http://www.albion.com/netiquette
for a refresher in online courtesy. The guide
features tips that define common email practices and
offers suggestions about how to improve email
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