What is the proper way to sign an mail sent from your office email.

By bchbum ·
All emails sent from our law office have the author's name, title, the address, etc. at the end of each message.
Should any other signature, ie. Author's first name, initial be used?
We have someone who signs their emails with an initial and a hyphen after it. I personally think this is tacky. Is this proper? or am I just being picky?

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by jfuller05 In reply to What is the proper way to ...

Really, other than the author name (First, M.I., Last), title, and the address; I don't know of anything else you would need in order for the email to look professional. I know some people that use a hyphen before their name in the signature, which is just a person's preference.

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