Email Best Practices

Part Four of Best Email Practices for Lawyers

Fourth in a Five Part Series   We’re returning in this SuccessTip to the subject of subject lines — specifically, the use of 3-letter acronyms at the end of the subject line that saves reading time and reduces email ping-pong. EOM = End of Message (when the entire content of …Read More

Part Three of Best Email Practices for Lawyers

Third in a Five Part Series   Who are your top email offenders? That is, who are the people in your professional life who send you the most problematic email messages? They’re easy to identify: Sort your inbox by Sender and see, first of all, who sends the most email …Read More

Part Two of Best Email Practices for Lawyers

Second in a Five Part Series   Lest you need any more convincing that getting a better handle on email is a profoundly important objective, consider this: If you send and receive a total of 50 emails on each of the 240 work days in a year, you’re processing 12,000 …Read More

Part One of Best Email Practices for Lawyers

First in a Five Part Series.   If there ever was a business-related resolution for this year worth making and keeping, a top candidate would be to get control of your email. These next five SuccessTips will present highlights from a state of the art approach to email management called …Read More

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