Netiquette in E-mail Communication;Read the following e-mail sent in a business environment;DATE: March 3, 2011;TO: All Employees;FROM: Tom Jones;SUBJECT:...
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"Netiquette in E-mail Communication
Read the following e-mail sent in a business environment
DATE: March 3, 2011
TO: All Employees
FROM: Tom Jones
Why does everything have to be sent overnight? No one uses regular mail. Shipping costs are sky high, and I'm wondering why you think that everything needs to be sent by overnight mail. Do they really need the stuff that quick? If you would just plan a little more carefully, instead of waiting to the last minute, I'm sure we could save some money! Sending an e-mail is even cheaper and you are not the one paying the bill. Have any of you thought of using the receiver's FedEx number? If someone really wants to receive a letter or package fast, let him pay for it. THAT COULD SAVE US A BUNDLE!
Based upon the readings for this topic, what netiquette rules were broken in this e-mail? Rewrite the e-mail following proper netiquette rules and post it for review by your peers. Why do you think your rewritten e-mail is now ""netiquette-safe""? Review and critique the postings of your peers. Tell them specifically how their e-mails have improved or how they could be edited to be even better."
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