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Email Etiquette Matters During a Career Search Posted by Addie Brooks at Monday, March 3, 2014 10:20:30 PM EST E-mail Etiquette Matters During a Career Search November 30, 2013 This article is about knowing what's appropriate and what's not appropriate when using your work email account. It provides 10 tips to help avoid dangerous, and potential termination, when using your work email. The first tip is "Reply All" is dangerous. We should be VERY careful when we receive an email and when we send one back. By "replying to all" could possibly be damaging to our job. We should always be cautious and careful when sending an email. The second tip is to not over-use the "high importance" feature with your email. If you begin to over-use it, your recipients will soon begin to ignore it. The third tip is to not use the "low importance" feature. If you think your email should be flagged as "low importance", then it probably should not be sent. The fourth tip is making your emails short and to the point. If
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