Should we reply to "thank you" e-mails with "You're Welcome"?
Throughout the day folks ask for our help on one thing or another. We often use e-mail to communicate the completion of the task, or provide the required information. More often than not, we get a short e-mail in reply with "Thanks" or "Thank You".
In the era of e-mail overload, should we reply back with the "You are welcome" response, or let it lie with their "Thank You" e-mail?
I am asking for the majority of cases where the thank you is brief and there is no additional context that needs to be tagged onto the "Your Welcome" reply.
Lately I have not be sending the "You're Welcome", but I am not sure what is proper and effective.
Let me know what you think.