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    At beginning of the mail

    At beginning of the mail can I use to write " This is refers to our telecon we had today " Or " This has refers to our telecon we had today ".

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    Re: At beginning of the mail

    Quote Originally Posted by sam1hi5 View Post
    At beginning of the mail can I use to write " This is refers to our telecon we had today " Or " This has refers to our telecon we had today ".
    Neither.

    This refers to our telephone conversation of earlier today.
    This is in reference to our telephone conversation of today.

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