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How do you sign your emails?

Discussion in 'General' started by specofdust, 25 May 2008.

  1. supermonkey

    supermonkey Deal with it

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    At work I have an auto signature that reads:
    Thank You.
    <first and last name>
    <organization>
    <phone>
    <desk location>
    <quip that changes every couple months>

    From home, to someone I know:
    -<first name>
    or occasionally:
    Cheers
    -<first name>

    From home; to a close friend:
    <-monkey>

    -monkey <- see there!
     
  2. boiled_elephant

    boiled_elephant Merom Celeron 4 lyfe

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    All of mine are footnoted with the hook line from "Stuck in the Middle" by Stealer's Wheel.
     
  3. trigger

    trigger Procrastinator

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    For most stuff:
    Thanks,
    Matt

    For formal stuff (when I'm not thanking someone ;) ):
    Regards,
    Matt

    For informal stuff when I'm not thanking someone:
    Matt

    Theres also a random fortune in my .sig. That's for emails anyway.
     
  4. smashie

    smashie Cupid Stunt

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    Formal,

    Regards,

    Mark

    Informal

    M:)
     
  5. tacticus

    tacticus What's a Dremel?

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    typically

    Tacticus (Kevin)
    ------
    sig goes here

    if i am asking a question
    i might include thanks or something like that
     
  6. Guest-23315

    Guest-23315 Guest

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  7. kingred

    kingred Surfacing sucks!

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    Name
    Job Title
    Phone number
    hippie jazz about not printing emails
     
  8. steveo_mcg

    steveo_mcg What's a Dremel?

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    This one? A few people at my work use them and every time i see it i have a barely controllable urge to click print!
     
  9. fev

    fev Industry Fallout

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    "Regards, Mike F"

    then this gets tacked on the bottom.
     
  10. will.

    will. A motorbike of jealousy!

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    Cheers,
    Will


    or

    ta

    or

    See ya later ****ers!

    It depends on the situation :p

    Oh, and if I get asked to send a read receipt from someone who should know better I'll damn well tell them how rude I think those things are.
     
  11. C0nKer

    C0nKer What's a Dremel?

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    Greetings

    *insert text*

    -name-
     
  12. Jumeira_Johnny

    Jumeira_Johnny 16032 - High plains drifter

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    This is mine:

    Matthias xxxx-xxxx

    xxxx xxxx
    P.O.Box: xxxx Dubai
    United Arab emirates
    N 025°15.630' E 055°19.959'
    Dubai Office Tel: +971 4 xxxxxxx
    Dubai Office Fax: +971 4 xxxxxxx
    Dubai Mobile: +971 50 xxx xxxx +27 79 xxx xxxx :South Africa Mobile
    Email: matthias@xxxx.com
    Web: www.XXXX.com

    NOTE: This communication may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient it may be unlawful for you to read, copy,
    distribute, disclose or otherwise use the information contained within this communication. If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail,
    please telephone, fax or e-mail us immediately. Errors and omissions may occur in the contents of this e-mail arising out of or in connection with
    data transmission, network malfunction or failure, machine or software error, malfunction, or operator error by the person who is sending the email.
    XXXX accepts no responsibility for any such errors or omissions. The information, views and comments within this communication are those
    of the individual and not necessarily those of XXXX. No animals were hurt with this transmission, although the dog next door is living on borrowed time.
    We believe a bad day behind a Nikon beats a good day behind a desk.
     
  13. badders

    badders Neuken in de Keuken

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    Thanks,
    Rob

    Or if It's someone outside of work:


    That's right, nothing. They already know it's from me!
     
  14. Brooxy

    Brooxy Loser of the Game

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    At home, it's normally along the lines of

    Informal home

    'laters'

    Formal home

    Regards
    Andy Brooks
    07711 ******
    andybrooks87@yahoo.co.uk


    Work

    At work, it's usually:

    Kind Regards

    Andy B
    Service Desk Analyst
    UK IS
    ATKINS

    <Insert postal address here>
    Tel: *************
    Email: ***********
     
  15. Flibblebot

    Flibblebot Smile with me

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    I always thought that those disclaimers at the bottom of e-mails were non-enforceable? Mainly because they're at the bottom of an e-mail message, which means that an unintended recipient would have read all the way through the message before they got to the bit that says "you're not allowed to read this". What are they supposed to do? Somehow forget the last 30 seconds?
     
  16. cpemma

    cpemma Ecky thump

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    I sent one back (trying to be helpful) pointing out the sender had typed 'domain.co.uk' which belonged to me, instead of the 'domain.com' address of the company intended. I got a snotty response from some stupid pillock inferring it was my fault! Still happens occasionally, now I just read and delete.

    No more Mr Nice Guy. :grr:
     

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