Quoting "Shawn K. Quinn" <skquinn at speakeasy.net>: > > I tend to write "e-mail" Which is something a lot of listers seem to be suggesting. Of all the ones this is by far the most interesting to me. I spent a lot of years in print. There is no consistent wording (or really for web[\- ]site for that matter). How I look at it is the way the phrase is used, when I say 'I'll send you an email' I don't place emphasis on it, ie. 'I'll send you an 'e' mail', similarly I say website, not web-site. But when I was setting a letterhead, no matter how I tried to push them to all using Email: or email:, if they had a hyphen in their head they would insist. Ironically a lot of them wanted: Web: www.mycompany.com H -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.