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The 26 Most Important Rules of Email Etiquette

By May 9, 2013

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The rules of email etiquette are not "rules" in the sense that I will come after you if you don't follow them. They are guidelines that help avoid mistakes (like offending someone when you don't mean to) and misunderstandings (like being offended when you're not meant to). These core rules of email etiquette help us communicate better via email. Heinz Tschabitscher explains 26 rules of email etiquette here...

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July 28, 2012 at 11:10 pm
(1) Way Mac says:

Generally, problem is not figuring out what etiquette is, but rather getting the impolite and unfair ones to have the will and patience to be polite and fair.

Now, is it against the rules of etiquette to raise a separate issue here: Why don’t you put more effort into your ‘best torrent sites” blurbs? Your descriptions are both lazy and inaccurate. Many of the sites you recommend require suspicious downloads (bitnova) or have nothing to do with file sharing (plenty of and gpirate). Would it be in-etiquette of me to ask that you take what you do more seriously, at least as regards this information, especially given the fact that you are near the top of the any search for “best torrent sites?”

May 13, 2013 at 3:16 pm
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May 25, 2013 at 12:28 am
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