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A disclaimer notice at bottom of each email can provide some reassurance to recipient and state very clearly purposes and representation of communication and any warranties implied. In case of submission of ideas and proposals etc; subject line should read "commercial in confidence ATT: RECIPIENTS NAME". As for any legal protection, this is still yet to be tested in many countries. An email disclaimer example: Disclaimer - This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and contain privileged or copyright information. You must not present this message to another party without gaining permission from sender. If you are not intended recipient you must not copy, distribute or use this email or information contained in it for any purpose other than to notify us.
If you have received this message in error, please notify sender immediately, and delete this email from your system. We do not guarantee that this material is free from viruses or any other defects although due care has been taken to minimise risk.
Any views expressed in this message are those of individual sender, except where sender specifically states them to be views of YOUR COMPANY NAME. A suggested size for this email disclaimer notice is 8 point and it should be placed immediately after signature line.
Because of great variance in Internet laws from country to country, I strongly advise that you consult legal counsel in regards to drafting your own disclaimers and site policies. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be regarded as professional counsel.. there you go.. I've just used a disclaimer for this article - ;0)
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