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Whether you reply to hundreds of emails a day, or are just looking for the perfect ending to a job email application, some of us always go back to the the usuals of 'Kind regards' or 'Best'.

But a new study has found which sign-off is more likely to get a reply, and which ones simple go in the 'Delete' pile.

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Boomerang conducted the study, which looked at 350,000 emails in various business fields to work out which sign off comes out on top.

And the winner? 'Thanks in advance'.

Emails that ended in some form of thanks honed in on the top spots, with endings like 'Best' coming in last.

The data scientist of the study Brendan Greenly said: "Among closings seen at least 1,000 times in our study, "thanks in advance" ended up correlating with the highest response rate, which makes sense, as the email's recipient is being thanked specifically for a response which has yet to be written.

"There's a bit of posturing involved with this closing, but it turns out it works pretty well."

There you go. So, whether it's just another work email, a job application or an email business proposal, remember to say thanks!

God, we sound like our mothers…

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Last week, Rachel Roy was the subject of numerous rumours following the release of Beyonce's new album, Lemonade.

Many speculated that she was 'Becky with the good hair' after she shared a picture on Instagram with "good hair, don't care" in the caption.

But now, she's facing further media intrusion after it has been revealed that her email account was hacked.

According to Page Six, Rachel told her friends that personal information from her computer was stolen in a security breach and ALL of her emails might become public.

"She has no idea how they've been swiped but is aware how much harm they can cause," a friend of Rachel's told the site.

"From a personal level, she wanted to distance herself from the furore after initially playing up to the link as Jay Z's rumoured other woman. But now she fears the spotlight will be well and truly back on her, Jay Z, and Beyoncé if these conversations end up online."

If there's some emails from Jay Z, we can see another celebrity showdown coming soon.

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You post up an ill-advised status on Facebook or Twitter. Or maybe that late-night Snapchat or Instagram share was not-so smart the morning after the night before.

So you delete it and move on – vowing to stay off social media platforms when you’re feeling similarly ‘tired and emotional’.

However, once something goes up online – can it ever truly be erased? Well, the answer is somewhat worrying.

“Whether or not something is deleted isn’t within the user’s control,” says Behnam Dayanim, a Washington, DC-based lawyer who specialises in privacy and cyber security. 

Take a regular email. When you delete it from your inbox, it goes to a “deleted items” folder. Empty that folder and you permanently kill the message – or does it?

Not necessarily, adds Mr Dayanim in conversation with menshealth.com, because it could still stick around on your email provider’s servers for an indefinite amount of time. 

You can’t really get around this either, since you give these companies explicit permission to hold on to your data when you agree to their vague privacy policies.  

So what exactly do social media sites hold onto?

1) Facebook

The social network stores data for “as long as necessary to provide products and services to you and others”.

2) Gmail

After you delete an email, Gmail “may not immediately delete residual copies from our active servers”.

3) Twitter

Twitter doesn’t comment on what it does when you delete a Tweet, but says that “search engines and other third parties may still retain copies of your public information, like your user profile information and public Tweets, even after you have deleted the information from the Twitter Services or deactivated your account.”

4) Snapchat

When you view a snap, it’s automatically deleted from the company’s servers… in “most cases”. Snapchat “can’t guarantee that the messages will be deleted within a specific timeframe” and says your snap “may remain in backup for a limited period of time.”

5) Instagram

The photo app may retain information for “a commercially reasonable time for backup, archival, and/or audit purposes.”

If you’re more than a little freaked out by this, Cyberdust (free for iOS, Android, and Windows platforms) will ease some of your paranoia.

The app claims to permanently wipe every message you send within 100 seconds of recipients reading it – even from company servers. 

Otherwise, these tales of online woe might serve as deterrents too:

1) In 2013, PR consultant Justine Sacco Tweeted a tasteless joke: ‘Going to Africa. Hope I don’t get AIDS. Just kidding. I’m white!’ By the time she got off her 11-hour flight, thousands of angry people had responded to the Tweet, and the hashtag #HasJustineLandedYet was trending worldwide.

Shortly after the gaffe, Sacco lost her job. She’s the subject of Jon Ronson’s recent book, So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed.

2) Earlier this year, Rory Cullinan, former chairman of the Royal Bank Of Scotland, was fired from his position after his daughter posted screenshots of their private Snapchat messages to her Instagram account. Cullinan sent snaps from his office, with captions like “Another friggin meeting.” Seems innocent enough, but weeks later, Cullinan was canned. 

3) When a Buckingham Palace guard posted commented about Kate Middleton on his Facebook page, calling her a “posh bitch” and “stupid stuck-up cow,” he was relieved him of his duties guarding the Royal Wedding in 2011. 

4) In 2014, James Franco messaged a 17-year-old on Instagram, asking if she was single and wanted to meet up. The girl asked for proof that it was Franco, which the actor provided, and then posted screenshots of the exchange on Imgur

Franco copped to the exchange, but landed a seedy reputation for chatting up teens. 

5) Amy Pascal, one of Hollywood’s most powerful executives, recently stepped down from her role as head of Sony’s movie division after hackers released private emails between her and other producers late last year. In her messages, Pascal made racially insensitive comments about Barack Obama and insulted celebrities like Angelina Jolie. 

So ultimately, it’s probably best to ask yourself a few key questions every time you’re about to send something out, namely: Will this get me fired? Will it keep me from landing a job in the future? Will it hurt someone? 

If your status, photo, or text can’t pass the test, it probably isn’t worth posting.   

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We love us some Channing Tatum – and this hilarious email just proves why!

The 22 Jump Street actor’s email was leaked in the Sony hack, and it is dated from back in June when Channing and Jonah Hill’s movie came out.

Addressing the fact that 22 Jump Street beat Ted on the list of best-ever opening weekends for an R-rated comedy, Channing wrote in a thread with Sony chairperson Amy Pascal and Jonah Hill…this:

"F YOU TED !!!! SECOND OF ALLLL TIMMMMME BEEEOTCH!!!! COME ON JUMPSTREETERS WE GOT CATE BLANCHETT WIT DIS BOX OFFICE BITCHES!!!!!!!!

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Because of course he did. We love you, Channing!

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This is just crazy – can you imagine actually being sent the following email after you make a legitimate complaint to a company?

DollsKill is a an alternative-style clothing store that can cater for all your quirky needs, and we must admit some of their items are quite cool – their attitude however, not so much.

A customer wrote to the clothing company complaining about a piece of Native American style headdress they had on their website, to which they received this, frankly horrific reply:

“Hey doll,

The last thing DollsKill would be/represent is Racist – we love and value individuality and originality! Our company was created to represent dolls of all flavours/colors/ideals/etc – we’re here for the Misfits, Miss Legits, and EVERYTHING in between!

I’m sorry if that costume offended you, but to call us “racist” is pretty RIDICULOUS.

We’re a brassy, sassy, stick it up your asssyy kinda company – not for the easily offended norm culture, so take a chill pill and get your panties out of bunch…because it ain’t that serious cutie ;)”

Wherever you may stand on the cultural appropriation of the Native American headdress, I think everyone can agree this is so NOT the way to deal with someone who lodges a complaint.

Can you imagine receiving an email like that after you complained about something?!

Then again, maybe we just need to take a "chill pill!"?!

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So many of us have best friends that live abroad, and it can be really hard when that one person who you always talk to isn’t even in the same country as you.

But it’s not all bad! Here are some positive things about having your bestie in another country:

1. Surprise presents
It’s always nice to get a package from somewhere else that has lovely bits and pieces you aren’t used to seeing. Likewise for your friends it’s lovely to get a care package from home with lots of Cadbury’s, packets of Meanies and some Penney’s underwear!

2. Pen-pals
Use your friend living abroad as an excuse to dust off those letter-writing skills. By the time it gets to her you’ll have probably told her everything over Skype anyway but they’ll always make great memories for years to come.

3. Exciting dates
You can be guaranteed serious fun and grand plans when you do actually meet your friend, having been apart for so long. You’d never bother to go for dinner or hit up that posh club if she lived down the road now would you!

4. Free accommodation
Visiting your friend will be easy because all you’ll need is flight money – that’s practically a free holiday!

5. Appreciation
You’ll have a new found appreciation for your BFF when/if you do eventually get to live in the same continent.

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