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    #1

    Email

    When sending an email, I want the receiver to confirm if he or she has received it. Could I say:

    "I would be grateful if you could confirm your receipt of this email."

    or is there a better (formal) way to express this meaning?

    Thanks.


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    #2

    Re: Email

    On my e-mail systems, there is a checkbox to allow a notification of receipt to be sent to you. Do you not have one on yours?

    If you want to say anything, just say "Please confirm your receipt of this e-mail".

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