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Cut back e-mail volleys by providing “if-then” options. Examples: “If you have completed the work, then please confirm via e-mail. If not, then please estimate when you expect to finish.” Or, “Bob can meet at 10 am, 11 am or 2 pm. Will one of those times work? If not, would you please reply with three times that would work for you?”
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