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Eom

Taught by Andrew K. Lee | Edit Tagged as email, EOM, eom, subject lines, time savers, | 0 Comments »

"End of Message." Used in the subject line of an email to indicate that the subject line is the entire content of the email. Supposedly, this saves time as recipients do not have to open the message, but only read the subject line. (The reality, of course, is that because email and computer settings are all so different, everyone ends up opening the blank email anyway.)

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In an email subject line: "Workgroup meeting today at noon EOM."

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Eom

Taught by Andrew K. Lee | Edit Tagged as email, EOM, eom, subject lines, time savers, | 0 Comments »

"End of Message." Used in the subject line of an email to indicate that the subject line is the entire content of the email. Supposedly, this saves time as recipients do not have to open the message, but only read the subject line. (The reality, of course, is that because email and computer settings are all so different, everyone ends up opening the blank email anyway.)

As in...
In an email subject line: "Workgroup meeting today at noon EOM."