HOW TO�take back control of email

Kenworthy, Peter
November 2007
People Management;11/15/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 23, p46
The article offers ideas on managing the use of emails in the workplace. One should encourage all users to check their emails periodically rather than continually. Another option is to manage emails according to the 3D rule, which is to delete anything that is irrelevant, redundant or simply rubbish. Spam or junk mail that gets past one's main email filters can be permanently deleted by a rule. One can also develop guidelines on when to use email.


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