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What is the meaning of 'Thanks & Regards' written at the end of any letter .... ???

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Asked by Manoj Joshi, 17 Sep '12 11:53 am
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Conveying personal touch
Answered by anil garg, 23 Sep '12 02:08 am

 
  
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In my experience working in the software industry, people who always put them into ordinary business e-mails come off as unnecessarily formal. Often foreigners have been taught in English class to do this, and the result is that I have been in meetings where foreign colleagues were ridiculed for e-mails constructed to a ceremonious level of formality.

I've just looked through my most recently sent business e-mails and the only complimentary close I ever use is "thanks", in about a quarter of my e-mailsmostly ones where I've asked the recipient to do something. The rest of them just end with a dash and my name. Looking through my received business e-mails, I see the same. Most e-mails have no complimentary close, and of the ones that do, nearly all of them have "thanks" or similar ("many thanks", "thank you", "thanks all", etc.). I got one "regards" in the last week as well (out of about 250 messages).

Your experience may vary, I suppose, depending on the culture of the company yo ...more
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 17 Sep '12 11:56 am

 
  
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Jusxt to convey your good wishes to make the recepient feel happy.
Answered by ts, 17 Sep '12 11:55 am

 
  
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Formal words they are
Thanks for your attention
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Regards for the supriority there
Answered by Shantha, 17 Sep '12 11:54 am

 
  
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Means thanks and regards
Answered by Shatabdi Express, 17 Sep '12 11:58 am

 
  
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