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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 start from scratch[clears the canvas] Top 10 Email Etiquette Super Villians 1. Sub-Ject A villian bent on freezing citizensbefore they can put a proper subject needed 2. Detache A nasty spider like monster detaching and ripping all attached from an Email 4. Pro-Fanaty A mad man who's only goal in life is to Flood all emails with swears, sexual content and etc. 3. DoubleConThese Clowns work for Pro-fanatycausing disorder by havingmultiply conversation in only 1 email Intro T.O.C 8. The First email was sent by Ray Tomlinson to himself in 1971. "The test messages were entirely forgettable.. most likely the first message was QWERTYIOP or somthing similar," 8 7 5 Trying hard to adopt the norms of my new career, I altered my email style and tried to get more and more concise. Unfortunately I overdid it, responding to everything with a single exclamation point,question mark or blank page with my initials at the bottom. That strategy proved to be a bit too concise.So I devised another strategy. The first time I email a new business acquaintance, I ask a simple question:When I respond, do you want it long, or short? First imageRule 1: Subject for all emailsRule 2: Detaching emailsRule 3: Dont include double topic in one emailRule 4: No profanityRule 5: No basic greetings or slangRule 6: Dont forget to log outRule 7: BCCRule 8: Dont let unread emails pile upRule 9: Watch the tone of your emailsRule 10: No personal quotes in your signatureText Boxes
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