Co-workers typically use email to convey information to each other. Before email became prevalent, memorandums were used for intra-office messages.
Memos are still used in situations where a message is meant to accompany a specific file and in cases that require more privacy than an email. Both a memo and an email identify the sender and recipient and contain a subject line. The text is formatted in one or more paragraphs.
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