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  1. Newbie
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    well note, thank you

    "well note, thank you". If this sentence grammatically correct? Or, it should be "Well noted. Thank you". Thanks for anyone's comments

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    Re: well note, thank you

    If you intend it to mean "I understood you", then it should be "Well noted". And that is not a sentence.

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