What does FUT mean in emails?

Follow up to

In emails, people may use "FUT" when sending information that is a follow-up to something previously sent. For example, your boss may email you information related to an email you asked about the company's earnings and say, "These numbers are a FUT your previous email."

While most people use FUT in emails, you may encounter it in texts and online messages. However, FUT is an obscure acronym, so you will probably not experience it unless you communicate with people who love chat lingo. These people may also use NNTR, NRN, and MTF.


In fut the letter you sent, I think most of your ideas for the party are great. However, the fireworks might be a little difficult to pull off

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Updated July 25, 2022

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