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    Question what is correct english phrase:

    To whom so ever it may concern

    or

    To whom it may concern ?


    give suggestion along with your designation

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    Re: what is correct english phrase:

    Quote Originally Posted by meetbubbon View Post
    To whom so ever it may concern

    or

    To whom it may concern ?


    give suggestion along with your designation
    The second sentence is the generally accepted beginning to a letter/email when you do not know the name, gender or job title of the person to whom it is being sent.

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