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    attaching here with

    We are attaching here with Invitation for our EIE Department Symposium.

    I have got this mail. Is the underlined sentence correct? Can't we use"attaching the invitation"?

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    Re: attaching here with

    Quote Originally Posted by david11 View Post
    We are attaching herewith an invitation to our EIE Department Symposium.

    I have got this mail. Is the underlined sentence correct? Can't we use"attaching the invitation"?
    It's OK now, "herewith" is one word. I would probably write something like "Please find attached an invitation to..."

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