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Full form of EOM: Here, we are going to learn about the EOM, EOM – which is an abbreviation of End Of Message Email jargon, etc.
Submitted by Anushree Goswami, on March 14, 2020

EOM: End Of Message

EOM is an abbreviation of "End Of Message".

It is an expression, which is commonly used in the Gmail platform. It is also written as 'Eom' or 'eom'. It is written at the end of the subject if the message is itself contain in the subject and there is nothing in the body of the mail. This reduces the time for both the sender and receiver. For the sender, it works as if the subject itself is a message and no further typing required in the body of the mail. For the receiver, it works as if there is nobody, which means it is empty then the receiver not needed to open the mail. If it is written in the subject as EOM or Eom or eom, it means that the subject is itself the whole message.

Let us take an example to make it easy to understand.

In email Subject, if it is written:

The requirement of 2 Table and 1 Chair in Room 101: EOM

This shows that the subject is the message in itself and no need to open the mail and just do the needful.

Now, these days, the demands of acronyms are very high on social media online chatting or messaging, so the users usually use EOM or Eom or eom as a replacement for End of Message.

So, in this way, the abbreviation EOM or Eom or eom is used mostly in the social media platform.

While this slang is very common in social media platforms, mainly email messaging, still many are unaware of this slang.

In the corporate industry too, these slangs are common and used in a very large manner. The industry itself likes those employees who are smart enough and stay updated with such digital languages which are familiar, easy and are good at time management.

So, basically in emails if it is written at the end of the subject as EOM or Eom or eom, it means that the subject is itself the message and the body is empty, so there is no further requirement to open the message and read it.

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