Important E-mail: Acknowledgement of Receipt

To type “Thanks, received.” takes only a couple of seconds.


Sometimes, e-mails may not arrive to their final des­ti­na­tions for var­i­ous reasons. When it comes to sending important e-mail and we (the sen­ders) don’t know that one has not arrived, a pro­blem can occur.

One reply, multiple benefits

Your sender (a man who sent you an im­por­tant e-mail) will feel bet­ter when they get 100% con­fir­ma­tion that you re­ceived an e-mail.
Such confirmation could be made with a simple and short re­ply e-mail, like “Thanks, received.”

Your senders will then return this gesture, which has multiple benefits:

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