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What is your sign off in email messages?

Asked by Evelyn_475 (787points) February 19th, 2011

What are some “sign offs” that you use in your email messages? Formal as well as informal. Any creative ones? Fun ones?

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LuckyGuy's avatar

Thanks,
W

bob_'s avatar

In my work e-mail, it is:

“Kind regards,

[My name]
Investor Relations
[Company]
[Phone number]
[Fax number]
[E-mail address]

chyna's avatar

T
Sometimes TJ

Melonking's avatar

Unsubscribe from this e-mail

osullivanbr's avatar

I don’t think I’ve spelled “Regards” right at the end of an email for years.
I always sign off…

Rgds,
Brian.

Think of all the time I’ve saved.

Aster's avatar

Love you! usually.

Mamradpivo's avatar

Typically it’s “Cheers!”, but when I’m writing to certain colleagues, I’ll write “Met vriendelijke groeten,” which is basically Dutch for “cheers”

Bellatrix's avatar

Cheers
Best wishes
Thanks
Love you
Hugs

downtide's avatar

for work & business emails it’s either Kind regards or Thanks, and my full name and department.

For family it’s “lots of love” and my name.

For emails with friends it’s ~hugs~ or love and then either my first name or “Downtide”, depending on how they know me.

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