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    This handout is intended to help students, faculty, and University professionals learn to communicate more effectively using e-mail. It can help you determine when e-mail is and is not an efficient way of communicating and write e-mail that successfully conveys your message to your intended audience.

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    A client asks consultant Neen James, "If my potential prospects are limiting their access to e-mail, how can I reach them?" Neen responds with a few ways to communicate with people without using e-mail as a primary tool. Each takes no more than 15 minutes, and if you want to grow your book of business for the firm, Neen suggests you try a few.

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