Email Etiquette Training


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This E-mail Etiquette training course teaches students how to use e-mail effectively. Students will learn how to write effective messages and e-policies, use e-mail accessories and passwords, and prevent your password from being stolen. Course activities also cover using the subject line, considering your recipient, managing e-mail volume, following netiquette guidelines, attaching files, preparing for recipient reactions, and using emoticons effectively. Students also learn about the differences between writing online and traditional paper-based writing, achieving e-mail message objectives, using correct punctuation, constructing effective sentences and paragraphs, editing your e-mail messages, and using active voice in writing.

  1. E-mail basics
    1. E-mail characteristics
    2. E-mail programs
    3. When to use e-mail
    4. Writing an e-mail message
  2. E-mail policies
    1. Company policies
    2. Copyright laws, viruses, and liability
  3. E-mail features and security
    1. Features of an e-mail program
    2. Securing e-mail
  4. E-mail messages
    1. Message headers
    2. E-mail message body
  5. E-mail effectiveness
    1. E-mail recipients
    2. Message management
  6. Netiquette guidelines
    1. Netiquette style
    2. Emoticons and abbreviations
  7. Composing online correspondence
    1. Online communication
    2. Language and punctuation
    3. Efficient writing habits

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