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    missed your email

    I have many emails everyday and recently I just discovered I missed an email that I should reply. (I was searching for some keywords and that email happen to pop up and I saw it today)

    I want to email the person and say something like I have overlooked your email or missed your email to that person who emailed me, and then continue to reply.

    How do I say it?

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    Re: missed your email

    Quote Originally Posted by goodstudent View Post
    I have many emails every day (two words) and recently (delete this) I've just discovered that I missed an email that I should have replied to. (I was searching for some keywords and that email happened to pop up and I saw it today)

    I want to email the person and say something like I have overlooked your email or missed your email to that person who emailed me, and then continue to reply.

    How do I say it?
    "I'm sorry I didn't reply sooner but I missed your email."

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