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When is it polite/appropriate to include a salutation and/or sign-off in an email? [closed]

I've always used a salutation (normally 'Hi' or 'Hey'; 'Dear' to older people) and sign-off ('Best,' or 'All the best,') in email. But I notice that many people I know include neither, and simply send ...
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Salutation in a questionnaire cover letter [duplicate]

I am currently carrying out a survey for my PhD project that involves a sample of companies, and I would like to gather some information from the companies by sending them a questionnaire. I have ...
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Should a note be addressed with “Hi all” or “Hi All”?

It is common to begin an email with the greeting "hi all" when the note is addressed to multiple recipients. What, however, is the correct capitalization of "all" in this context? Does it become a ...
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Is a salutation necessary in an email to an unknown person?

I am submitting an unsolicited article to a magazine by email. The publication's website provides an email address but not a name. Rather than starting the email "To Whom it May Concern", "Dear Sir ...
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Can I put “Greetings” at the end of an email, and if so, how? [closed]

I am not a native speaker and I'm having trouble with formalities like opening and ending emails. In German, it is common to end an informal email with the phrase Viele Grüße, which means "Many ...
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Addressing email to more than one person

Which ones are correct: 'Hi All' or is it 'Hi all'. (A)ll does not look right 'Hi Peter/John' or 'Hi Peter, John' when you want to specifically address the e-mail to two people, i.e. so they clearly ...
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Salutation for job application [duplicate]

I don't the know the exact receiver for the job.I don't even know the company's name because i found the job position online.I only know the email.How should i start the letter? I read that for that ...
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Official e-mail

How should I begin an official e-mail if I don't know who I am writing to? I mean, normally I would write "Dear x", but when I have to send an e-mail to an institution, what should I write?
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Work-safe (but not too formal) salutation to start an e-mail to address a group of people [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do you greet multiple recipients in an e-mail? "Dear All" is what I see the most or "Hi guys", but I don't like these terms. They don't seem slick enough, to me. ...
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What style should I use in e-mail salutations to superiors, colleagues, or juniors? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: Salutation in an Email How do you greet multiple recipients in an e-mail? How do I use the initial words while writing an e-mail, in particular, to my superiors? ...
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Are greetings and salutations redundant in an e-mail?

Do I really need to write my email this way? Hi John, [My Message here] Regards, Jane The email header already includes the to and from. The recipient should not be confused by who the ...