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The Good Word: A Few Important E-mail Rules to Follow



The Good Word: A Few Important E-mail Rules to Follow
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     challenging words:    biggies, e-mailing, infringement, nit-picky, password, e-mails, literature, communication, role, writing, posting, since, courteous, such, copyright, punctuation


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The Good Word: A Few Important E-mail Rules to Follow
By Joyce Furstenau
  

1     Since e-mail plays such an important role in communication today, it is important to follow some basic rules to avoid embarrassing situations when using e-mail. You may not win any Nobel prizes in literature for your letter writing, but following a few simple rules for e-mail etiquette certainly can't hurt. There are probably over a hundred nit-picky rules for e-mailing, so we'll just stick to the biggies here.
 
2     First, never give out your e-mail password to anyone. Giving out your password is asking for trouble. No one but you should have access to your password.
 
3     Next, did you know that posting or forwarding of private e-mail could be a copyright infringement? It's also considered rude. Ask permission from the author before forwarding anything.

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