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Generally speaking, emails and the laws surrounding them are a tricky business. There are many myths and ambiguities surrounding them, so this week we take a look at what you can and can’t do with emails in court, as well as give you a few tips and guidelines to prevent such unfortunate happenings. Read more: Email laws and guidelines - what can you really use in court?

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The email disclaimer is usually inserted to prevent the use of legal action against something written in an email. Even though it originated because of courts, lawyers or forgetful employees, why not take advantage of its familiarity to include a description of your offer and business? If it’s thought-out and composed accordingly then it will surely bring attention to your offer, but in order to use it well you’ll need a powerful tool – Bells&Whistles for Outlook. Read on for a better understanding of how you can manage your outgoing and ingoing communications. Read more: Why should you use email disclaimers? | 1 Comment

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