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So you have the basics of email etiquette down. You use the bcc and cc correctly; you spellcheck before sending; and call if the issue is sensitive. Then you may be ready to delve deeper into proper email etiquette.
Just like using the correct utensil when fine dining, there are small yet important details to consider when sending or forwarding an email. In this short commentary, Roger Custer outlines five of the most common email mistakes to watch out for.
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