E-mail一般使用非正式的文体，因此正文（Body）前的称呼（Salutation）通常无须使用诸如“Dear Mr. John”之类的表达。在同辈的亲朋好友或同事间可以直呼其名，但对长辈或上级最好使用头衔加上姓。如：Tommy，或者Mr. Smith。
E-mail文体的另外一个特点是简单明了，便于阅读，太长的内容可以以附件的方式发出。一个段落大多仅由一到三个句子组成。信尾客套话（Complimentary close）通常也很简明。常常只须一个词，如：“Thanks”，“Best”，“Cheers”，不需要用一般信函中的“Sincerely yours”或“Best regards”。称呼和正文之间，段落之间，正文和信尾客套话之间一般空一行，开头无须空格。如：
I received your memo and will discuss it with Eric on Wednesday.
d u wnt 2 go out 2nite：Do you want to go out tonight?
lol：Laughing out loud
oic：Oh, I see.
mte：My thoughts exactly.
brb：I’ll be right back.
c u 2morrow：See you tomorrow.
fanx 4 ur elp：Thanks for your help.
btw：By the way
imho：In my humble opinion
asap：As soon as possible.
另外，网友们为了给枯燥的文字加入感情色彩，还创造了一种表示感情的小符号，英语叫smiley.如： ：-）代表“I’m smiling at this”， ：-（代表“I’m sad about this”。
写e – mail的格式是怎样的?(要详细的说明….)
Dear XX: XXXXXX PS:XX(备注,如无的话就不需要了) XX(姓名) 日期 公司……一般般的格式了
英语的E – mail格式是怎样的?
to:from:subject: NAME: 正文………………………………………. …………………………………………. SICERELY YOUR WRITTER’S NAME
ABCD@XXX.com ABCD是你自己设置的,如果是qq邮箱就是你的QQ号 XXX就是你注册时的网站名,qq邮箱的话就是qq
Introduction to Electronic Mail E-mail, short for electronic mail, is a system in which a computer user can exchange messages with other computer users using a communications network. To use e-mail, you must have access to a computer that is linked to the outside world, via a modem, phone line, or fiber optic cable (ethernet). So why should you use e-mail instead of regular postal mail or the telephone? One advantage for the e-mail user is that you send your message when it’s convenient for you, even at 2 a.m.Your recipient responds at his convenience–NO MORE TELEPHONE TAG. E-mail is also cheaper by far–it lets you exchange vast amounts of information for only a few pennies — even if the other person is in New Zealand. Sending e-mail is similar to sending postal mail, with some very important differences: E-mail is thousands of times faster. A message can go from Illinois to Australia in seconds! E-mail is free on campus–there is no “postage” cost to students. Remember, other people pay per bit of information, so keep your messages short. E-mail is not as private as a regular letter. E-mail does involve learning how to use computer programs. Also, E-mail requires you to have a “sign-on” to the electronic mail system, and this usually involves having a password, too. Be aware, E-mail is dangerous, because you can send a message much more quickly (almost too quickly!) and you might not have thought it out–and once the message is sent, it’s too late to change it. E-mail can be sent to many people at the same time, and you can participate in on-going discussions on many subjects at the same time. E-mail can access information and file libraries–you’ll send a message and get a document back within minutes. E-mail often contains typos and misspellings because it is so easy to produce and send. E-mail is LIKE a conventional letter: You must have an address to receive e-mail. An example: email@example.com The address guides you to the sender. The extensions at the end of the address tell you something: edu = school com = business gov = government Therefore firstname.lastname@example.org means: Jill Doe, at student at UIUC (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign), and the extension is a school, edu. Some E-mail Rules to Live By: Try to Avoid Flaming A flame is a particularly nasty, personal attack on somebody for something he or she has written. Because people cannot see each other, they are often harsher than they would be in person. Be unambiguous If you are responding to a message, only include part of the original message–NOT the whole message! Make sure you clearly refer to the original message’s contents. Always include a descriptive subject line in your message, such as About the lecture yesterday. If you are responding to another message, your subject line should be the same, with “RE:” at the beginning. Re: the lecture yesterday. Write Clearly and Carefully Your thoughts can come back to haunt you. So, since you are writing a letter, be thoughtful, as you would be in a letter. Read carefully what you receive, to make sure that you are not misunderstanding the message. Read carefully what you send, to make sure that your message will not be misunderstood. If you are using humor or sarcasm, make sure it is clearly labeled assuch– use a smiley 🙂 face. Avoid cluttering your messages with excessive emphasis. DO NOT USE ALL CAPS (they have the effect of shouting). If you are responding to a message, only include part of the original message–NOT the whole message! Make sure you clearly refer to the original message’s contents. Always include a descriptive subject line in your message, such as “About the lecture yesterday.” Common E-Mail Mistakes: Typing your message in the subject line instead of in the body of the message. Forgetting that what you think is funny or harmless can be misinterpreted at the other end. Not signing off when you leave the lab–someone can use your sign-on to get you into trouble! Not checking your e-mail often, and missing something important. Forgetting your password. Sending a sign-on or sign-off message to the whole list by accident.
（a）月、日、年：如August 15, 200__
（b）日、月、年：如15th august, 200__
称呼指写信人对收信人的称呼，如Dear Xiaojun，写在信头的下方和信笺的左边。称呼一般用Dear…或My dear…开头，称呼后一般用逗号。
D 结束语（Complimentary Close）
签名通常签在结束语下方的中间偏右的位置，如本课信中的Charlie。签名应是亲笔书写，即使是打写机打出的信件，最后仍需亲笔签名。在签名的上方可根据写信人和收信人的关系写上Sincerely yours/Yours sincerely（用于长辈或朋友之间），或Respectfully yours/Yours respectfully（用于对长辈或上级）。
老板要召集各位开会,要我用英文发E – mail通知每个人,请给个大概的模板,格式.
Dear sir: I would like the invite you to attend our meeting in (会议地点) at (会议时间)on(日期或星期几), these meeting is mainly about (会议主题) Please advice me if you are not able to attend. Thank you Sincerely (寄信人名称或公司职务) (时间日期) 大体这样呵”’
June 23, 2001
Dear Xiao Wang,
I’m very glad to learn that you’re going to visit me during the week-long holiday. My parents will also be happy to see you again. I am sure you will enjoy every minute here.
I have arranged our schedule for the holiday as follows. On the first day you arrive, I’ll show you around our campus. On the second day, we’ll visit the art gallery and the music hall. Next day, we’ll climb a hill in the northeastern part of the city. On the top of the hill, we can have a wonderful bird’s eye view of the city. During the next three days, we’ll make some short trips to some places of interest nearby, such as the Swan Cave, the Golden Lake, etc. On the last day, I’ll see you off at the railway station.
Please remember to call and tell me your train number and time of arrival so that I can meet you at the railway station. By the way, it’s very hot here and we have a lot of sunshine, so don’t forget to wear you sunglasses.
I’m looking forward to seeing you soon.
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