What does NN2R stand for in messages?

No need to reply

If you see NN2R at the end of a message, it means there's "no need to reply" to that message. For example, if a coworker ends an email with NN2R, it means you don't need to respond to that email.

Most often, messages that end with NN2R are just FYI and don't require any follow-up. So, after you've read an NN2R message, you can file it away or delete it as you see fit.


I just wanted to send you this message so you would know the schedule for next week. NN2R
NN2R stands for "no need to reply"
NN2R stands for "no need to reply"

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Updated October 30, 2023

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