email writing guide, use when sending any question/suggestion to us
Please note and follow the guidelines below concerning the writing of e-mail messages.
Give the message a subject/title. E-mail messages without a subject may not be opened because of a fear of viruses and especially note that it is very easy to forget to type this important information.
Keep the subject short and clear but avoid such headings as:
'hi', ‘Good News’, ‘Hello’, ‘Message from Mary’. These headings are common in messages containing viruses. Short but specific headings are needed,
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Start with a clear indication of what the message is about in the first paragraph.
Give full details in the following paragraph(s).
Make sure that the final paragraph indicates what should happen next.
e.g. I will send a messenger to your office on Tuesday morning to collect the faulty goods.
e.g. Please let me have your order by the beginning of the month.
Any action that you want the reader to do should be clearly described
Include your name at the end of the message. It is most annoying to receive an email which does not include the name of the sender. The problem is that often the email address of the sender does not indicate exactly who it is from, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org
Please follow these guidelines with all e-mail messages that you send.