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    Smile Reminders

    Dear All,

    I just need your help regarding something;

    I frequently send reminder e-mails following up on pending issues and subjects. Also I send many reminders to my manager to remind him to do a specific task.

    So I need to know the most professional way for reminding someone.

    Here are the phrases I use, please check them out and let me know your opinion, or PLEASE add to them, if any.

    1- Kind reminder.
    2- Kindly be reminded to ...
    3- I am kindly reminding you to ...
    4- Gentle reminder.


    I need any more ideas please as I don't want my e-mails to be very similar to each other.

    Thanks alot :)


    Regards.

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    Re: Reminders

    Any of them are OK - but just a little mushy in the business world, at least in the USA.

    Please remember . . .

    A reminder . . . .

    Kindly remember . . .
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