What does NNTR stand for at the end of an email?

No need to reply

Emails that end with "NNTR" do not require a reply from the recipient. These types of emails typically include straightforward information and do not need further clarification.

An example of when you might use NNTR in an email is when sharing the upcoming meeting agenda with co-workers. Or, you might send NNTR in an email to family members about what you would like for your birthday.

Most people use NNTR in emails, but you may also encounter it online when messaging or texting. For example, you might message your BF, "OMW. NNTR" when he's currently driving.


I just wanted to share this information with you so you know what's going on. NNTR

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Updated January 19, 2022

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