We couldn't help but notice this word of caution from an etiquette expert:
For Pamela Eyring, the owner and director of the Protocol School of Washington, correct grammar and punctuation--whether it's avoiding the all caps curse or using spell check--is essential.While it isn't scientific proof that bad grammar is annoying to encounter at work, we'll take it. (Read more.)
"When you're doing e-mails, the first thing you have to remember is that your e-mails reflect you," Eyring says. "So that e-mail courtesy is just like writing someone a letter: [You need] correct grammar, spelling and punctuation.