Hello teachers. I'd like to say this correctly: I'm sending an email to some client (to make it simple, let's just assume that the client is AT&T but it's not) about the change of the person in charge of reimbursing AT&T travel expenses.
What should I put in the subject area?
New person in charge of AT&T travel expenses? or something else?
And I want the text to be like the following but are there any mistakes or errors?
Dear AT&T employees,
Hello. My name is ***** and I am the new person in charge of reimbursing AT&T travel expenses. Please use the same email address for any travel expense related inquiries: ***@****.com
Ms. Smith will still be the contact person for AT&T travel expenses reimbursement besides myself.
Thank you and kind regards,
Thank you very much for your help!
I'd say the title's fine and the email is correct.
It's fairly informal and friendly. If you like, you could start with something like 'I'm sending this to introduce myself- I am the new.....'
Your original is fine, though.
Thank you very much for your help! :D
Originally Posted by tdol
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