Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Basics of email
The abbreviation Re: means that what follows is “about that subject.” It’s used for reply only. If someone sends you an email titled Interesting proposal, when you write back you can use the title Re: Interesting proposal. Never use Re: for a first email contact. Most email programs will add the Re: automatically when you use the “reply” function.

Remember not to use your own name or the name of your recipient as your subject title.

Examples of good email titles: -A business proposal
                                               Would like to schedule an appointment
                                               Application for arts grant

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