prefer to use a web form for your feed-back,
- We will not retain your email
For a refresher in online courtesy, go to
You should also keep email short and to the point since many people may not appreciate reading 20 screen-full of this and that. Remember that this is a quick way to communicate and you can always shoot off another email the same hour or day to clarify something.
Bear in mind that once you have an email address, you may receive junk email....yes, you can't escape from unsolicited messages even on the 'Net' Just ignore these messages if they mean nothing to you.
Because of the unique addressing system, it is not often that your email will go to the wrong person but it is not impossible.
More often, you will have mistyped the address and it simply bounces back to you in the same way as a letter that is 'returned to sender' due to non-existence of the addressee.
Mind your cyber language :o)
Don't type in all caps unless of course, you're intending to shout at the person. Also, consider carefully what you write .
Remember that it is both an official correspondence as well as a permanent record and can be easily forwarded to others.
Never accuse people
Be careful with your punctuations. a lot of periods can separate thoughts, but the use of many exclamation marks signifies your anger.
You might not intend strong emotion, but the other person you're emailing to may think you do. Also re-read your email before sending it, as quick writing often results in awkward grammar.
Performing a mental translation each time slows down the reader and makes reading difficult for them. You don't want them to be put off or lose the essence of your message!
ATTACH, DON'T COPY
Instead, send the original document as an attachment. Use the cut and paste commands as you would in word processing within the email.
This is helpful in repeating information or creating a type of form letter to be sent to various participants.
CLEAN IT UP
Unwanted mail may unnecessarily congest your mailbox and server alike. Be careful though, sometimes mass mailers use your response to confirm that you have an address, and send you more stuff.
In that case, you may want to block the sender instead. Such a filter will prevent mail with features that are repeated from being downloaded.
Also, delete all unnecessary mail, especially old messages. Similarly delete duplicate or reply version copies to free up space for new incoming email. Messages with attachments should also be thrown out once the downloads have been saved on the hard drive.
If you have any feed back or