16251writing to the Yahoo Groups and the like (most answered to "New Service Offering")
- Jul 1, 2010M. Ettisch-Enchelmaier, B.A., MSc., Geschäftsführung, President, CEO
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One of the original posts dealt with how to write or answer to
Yahoo Groups (or the like).
I fully agree that spelling should be correct (you have an in-
built spell check), but normally the style is more easy-going
and one answers also in a hurry (which need not to be an excuse).
Still one should not immediately deduct from a writers style
in such cases that he cannot be a good professional, since there
are exceptions to the rule. Of course if the person reacting on
a message where it is clearly states that the answer should be
sent off-line then it MAY, I say it MAY be, a negative hint to
laziness, to not paying full attention, but it could be that
the person answering may not feel well, in a big hurry to
leave for an assignment or it is very late at night but still
wants to help...
In a business email one should be more diligent, still it is
often not as formal in ANY of its parts as when writing a proper
letter, already seen in the addressing part and in the signature
such as signed by Jeff, John, or the like.
I am NOT talking of instances where the signature is totally missing
which is an indication of impoliteness, of hiding or or.
Have all a great month of July,
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