Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Groyalg
Manager - Ops., Training & Quality
Avani Bhatnagar
Manager - Training & Hr
Meg_maz
Trainer
Manasag
Asst Manager
+1 Other

Hi All,
i am planning to make presentation on email etiquette. pls help me by giving your valuable suggestions.
your valuable feedback will help me to help the individual to know the basics of email etiquette.
2nd April 2012 From United States, Chicago
Hello friend,
From the way you have written your post it goes on to show to that you do not know basics of e-mail etiquette. You need to master those techniques first and then get into presentation.
Have you learnt letter writing in school or not? Your teacher did not teach you how to close the letter?
You do not know that we should not mix formal and informal language?
Life is far more than downloading from Google and further pass it on.
I may sound harsh but the way posts are written in this forum, it would jar anyone.
Dinesh V Divekar
7th May 2012 From India, Bangalore
Hi,
I totally agree with Dinesh views. Also, note there are plenty of informations and materials available in this site. Kindly do some research before posting your query. Make sure your query to be precise enough so that everyone on this forum will share their views experience and help everyone.
19th May 2012 From India, Delhi
Dear Dinesh and pravin,
Be polite to the new members, if you think post are not up to the mark then dont reply them, but dont give them banggings. what learned, who tought, not learned is not your cause of concern. do not take out your frustration here. as already this site say add value, be polite and be professional.
meg_maz is showing that he does not have basic email etiquette then you being a senior member even you dont know how to teach.
23rd May 2012 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sumaiya,
What you said is correct however, forever we cannot go on mollycoddling. When someone pulls up, it is in the interest of that person and no one else. A matured person will surely learn from the criticism. Anyway that is personal opinion.
For Ramya: - You have asked "can we use the word "ridiciulous" in business email". First and foremost let me correct you. The correct spelling is "ridiculous" and not what you have written. Ridiculous is quite harsh word. Generally it is used in the spoken English. However, in written English you can use the following phrases:
a) far from satisfactory
b) hardly meets our laid down standards
c) is not consistent with our work culture or work standards
d) contrary to the expectations etc.
Ok...
DVD
23rd May 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Sumaiya,
First of all, please go through my post again and I never mentioned anything wrong or absurd here. It's mere a information which shared with all. I often see many posts which are repeated mutliple times but being a responsible user of this site, we should encourage the new members to do some kind of research instead of posting it instantly.
If I am missing out on something, please let me know.
25th May 2012 From India, Delhi
Hi,
This is some word of encouragement...as it tempts me to help too, but Learning is all about digging a well each day and that too, with your own hands . :)
Thanks Sathyaish! You motivate many like me too.
28th May 2012 From India, Delhi
Not even a simple reply from MegMaz.... Atleast should have acknowledge on the status of the post.
29th May 2012 From India, Delhi
Kindly provide all iinformation and become a real real teacher I instead of Arguing or criticising ... hope u all understood and Work towards better cause
22nd August 2015 From India, Gurgaon
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