Grammar Giggle – Contact Whom?

A friend sent this to me from an out of office email received from a Florida attorney. There’s something to be said for template language. Consistent messages within a firm and for every absence make things easier, but you still need to read the language to make sure it is correct. As a side note–always make sure to check the date to make sure it is current and correct so that it isn’t confusing.


I will be out of the office until Monday 8/7 and will not have access to my emails.  If you need assistance, please contact X or Y.  Thanks!

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