Please don't include any personal identifying information in your response, i.e. email addresses, full names, etc.Share Your Worst Email
- One day, my best friend decided to send me an email that he got in a chain. I looked over it and realised that it was a scam that some idiot had decided was cool. Most of my friends came to school the following day with computer viruses.
- —Guest goliath95
One or two word emails
- I hate it when people respond to an email without forwarding the previous email and they just say a few words. So unless your remember everything that was said in all the previous emails it doesn't make any sense.
E-mail Pet Peeve
- My biggest pet peeve is when people are not professional in business-related e-mails. If you're writing an e-mail that has anything to do with business, don't use emoticons, or cutesy abbreviations such as OMG, TTYL or LOL. All that stuff is fine for personal e-mails, of course, but not when it's related to a job, especially since, as you say, e-mail is "the lifeline of a telecommuter."