Título: Overcome Email Overload with Microsoft ...
Editorial: World Wide Webfoot Press, Palo Alto
Año de publicación: 2001
Encuadernación: Soft Cover
Ilustrador: Cover Art
Condición del libro: Very Good
Tipo de libro: Paper
Overcome Email Overload with Microsoft Outlook and Outlook shows how to get through electronic mail faster. It shows how to organize and prioritize messages, cut down on the number of incoming messages, move through messages quickly, and spend less time on responses.From the Author:
When I started working on this book, I thought it would be a guide to writing more effective email. After all, A Beginner's Guide to Effective Email , my Web-based guide to writing better email, gets 600,000 hits per year. Hundreds of people per year send me fan email.
Much to my surprise, I found that almost nobody was interested in a book on writing email well.
The people I talked to were so overwhelmed by incoming messages that they had stopped caring about writing email well. They felt that writing well was something that helped their readers , not themselves. With forty, sixty, one hundred, or even three hundred messages per day, they felt unable to help themselves, let alone their readers.
I believe in giving customers what they want, so I refocused the book on how to deal with email overload. Because I have gotten a lot of email myself over the past twenty-five years, I knew something about that, too.
Most of the examples revolve around a character named Mabel Garcia. Mabel Garcia is entirely a creation of my imagination. Her bosses, coworkers, family, friends, company, and organizations are equally fictitious.
The only exceptions are a few friends and relatives who thought it would be fun to see their names in print. While the names might exist in the real world, the characters are entirely fictitious. The "real" Martha Boise is not a lawyer and Charlie Yzaguirre isn't an electric bagpipe repair technician. Claire Beekman is a dog. (And if Georges Harik made electric bagpipes, they would not explode!)
Similarly, there is a town called Hoopston in east central Illinois, USA. However, there are no universities, floss recycling companies, or electric bagpipe repair shops located there that I know of. Hoopston is a perfectly charming town, but it bears no relationship to the Hoopston in this book. I just liked the name.
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