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comment Avoiding unintended rudeness or accusatory tones in reminder emails
@John Smithers How do you make the "text of the mail" appear differently than the rest of the question, as you've done above for this question?
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comment Avoiding unintended rudeness or accusatory tones in reminder emails
Oh sorry, it was by mistake that I wrote "remainder" instead of "reminder". Coming back to the mail, even I felt "gentle" in the subject could sound rude. So, thanks once again for your valuable inputs.
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comment Avoiding unintended rudeness or accusatory tones in reminder emails
Thanks... that looks good. Regarding the subject name, I've thought about two names: "Gentle Remainder for the article" or "status of the newsletter article". Which one do you suggest? Is it appropriate to use the word "remainder" in the subject of an email?
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