Tips for writing an E-mail messages

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Add the address just before you click on Send. Put the key message in your subject line. Don’t risk your reader’s deleting or ignoring a hot message. Examples of bad subject lines: When do you want to meet to and billing issues. Use all caps for headlines. Though typing in all caps is generally considered shouting, it’s okay to use them for headlines. That distinguishes them from the body of the message. You may have access to formatting options such as bold and italic typeface. Limit back-and-forth e-mails. After three responses to a team member, discuss the issue in person or on the phone or just the time you have to talk face to face. Edit and spell-check your message before you send. Keep messages short and informative. Send messages only to people who need to receive them and Include a closing. For external audiences, use something simple like "Sincerely" or "Regards."

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