Proper E-mail Etiquette--Part II

Written by Dean Phillips

E-mail messages often contain abbreviations and acronyms in an attempt to save time, shorten messages or conserve bandwidth. Here are some common ones and their meanings:

BFN--bye for now

BTW--byrepparttar way

CUA--commonly used acronyms, common user access

FAQ--frequently asked question

FUD--(spreading) fear, uncertainty and disinformation

FWIW--for what it's worth

FYI--for your information

GR&D--grinning, running and ducking

HTH--hope this helps

IAE--in any event

IANAL--i am not a lawyer

IMCO--in my considered opinion

IMHO--in my humble opinion

IMNSHO--in my not so humble opinion

IMO--in my opinion

IOW--in other words

JAGR--just a gentle reminder

LOL--lots of luck, laughing out loud

MHOTY--my hat's off to you

NRN--no reply necessary

OIC--oh, i see

OOTB--out ofrepparttar 109525 box (brand new)

OTOH--onrepparttar 109526 other hand

OTTH--onrepparttar 109527 third hand

PMFJI--pardon me for jumping in

RFTM--readrepparttar 109528 funny manual

ROTFL--roll(ing) onrepparttar 109529 floor laughing (also ROF, L, ROFL)

RSN--real soon now (which may be a long time coming)

SITD--still inrepparttar 109530 dark

TANSTAAF--there ain't no such thing as a free lunch

NATE PERKINS LIVE! We're At A Crossroad. Talk To Me.

Written by LTC Nathaniel William Perkins, USA (Ret)


Catalogue #04-1434; ISBN 1-4120-3606-2

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