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    e-mail or an e-mail

    Kindly provide e-mail documentation between you and customer.
    or
    Kindly provide an e-mail documentation between you and customer.

    which one is correct.

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    Re: e-mail or an e-mail

    Quote Originally Posted by adnankabina View Post
    Kindly provide e-mail documentation between you and customer.
    or
    Kindly provide an e-mail documentation between you and customer.

    which one is correct.
    If you are talking about the exchange of e-mails with the customer, then it should be 'the e-mail documentation'.

    not a teacher

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    #3

    Re: e-mail or an e-mail

    ***Neither a teacher nor a native-speaker***

    Apart from articles, e-mail documantation doesn't make sense to me. If you mean providing documents by documentation then it should be ...documentation via/by/through. But if you mean documents (plural) by documentation then it should be ...documentation sent via/by/through.

    In a nutshell, I don't think that an e-mail itself is a document. But I can't say for sure what might be the process for, let's say, the courts to regard e-mails as documents.

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