Post Resignation _ After your resignation has been accepted you should make sure to inform your employer about the current status of the projects you are handling so that you can proceed accordingly. It is best to put down the tasks you have in pipeline in an email and send it to all concerned people. It is also a good idea not to accept any long term tasks as this might interfere with your relieving date. If your employer finds a replacement for your role in due time you must train them on the nitty_gritties of your job. In this way, both you and your employer can part ways with a sense of respect and amicability.
Greeting/Salutation _ Leave a line space after the recipient's address and, to the left_hand side in both full block format and modified block format, align it to the left. The correct style for both formats is "Dear Ms Smith:" or "Dear Sir/Madam:" (not a colon after the greeting. Subject _ It's becoming common practice to include a subject in both official letter formats. Given the increase in popularity of this, my advice would be to do so. It adds value to the letter in that it's aesthetically pleasing and is helpful to the recipient to see, at a glance, what the letter is concerning. Make the subject upper_case and in bold _ FBF: Align left, MBF: Align left or centre.