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Separating Email - The Business and Personal Process
Business email Netiquette should be set up to ensure that business messages are received, read, replied to, stored, and managed properly. The last would enable easy access and review. This is of great value when older correspondences need to be collected and sent along as soft copy. There are many compelling situations that necessitate this.
It can prove to be embarrassing or costly not to keep ostensibly important messages at hand. Therefore, in developing an email policy process, the proper tools and understanding of their use need to be secured to allow these functions. Many products offer most of the applications to achieve this, and they will generally be available in most companies. If the businesses do not readily have these processes in place, it may be feasible to ask to have these implemented by appropriate staff or as individuals. If companies do not provide these tools or processes, they usually can be user defined[.
Mailbox maintenance is a form of proactive . Since one of the major breaches of Netiquette is to have messages not responded to, here are some basic mailbox maintenance suggestions to reduce the risks of email loss, temporarily or permanently.
1. Check all email at least twice a day.
2. Do not leave any message unread for a defined period of time.
3. Mark or file critical messages that cannot be immediately replied to. If urgent mail, place it in a calendar.
4. Be thorough in reading messages and their threads.
5. Deal with business email first, unless there are compelling reasons not to.
6. If a full answer will take longer than usual to reply to because of a need to get more information, send a note to explain this.
7. Maintain discipline and predictability in company or personal maintenance processes.
8. Check junk mail regularly for mistakenly filtered mail. Notify the sender that some emails may have been lost.
9. Keep all email lists up-to-date; delete old addresses.
10. Keep dictionaries up-to-date, and allow proper names to be entered.
11. Empty deleted and junk files regularly.
12. Back up on a regular basis.
13. Remove all references such as “Sent From my…”
14. Provide off-hour schedules.
15. Notify 48 hours ahead of time when performing tasks that will slow down or shut down email services.16. Keep security policies.
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