You are reading this so it might be a little hard to imagine the sound, but what do you think of when you read, "Doink. Doink!" Hopefully what comes to mind is the sound effect that plays at the opening of every episode of TVs "Law and Order." And, by association, perhaps what that leads you to recall are the words of the Miranda warning: "Whatever you say may be used against you."
These are good words to remember if you are ever arrested, but they are also helpful to federal workers every time they sit down to compose an email, whether it's an initial communication or a reply to someone else's. That's because email use in the federal workplace environment is highly regulated and suspicions of misuse could increase the risk of career-ending disciplinary action.