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    "Please say hi to (someone)" only in letters/emails?

    Is it correct to use "Please say hi to (someone)" it in conversation or should it be used only in letters/emails?
    If it's wrong to use it in conversation, what are appropriate expressions?
    Thank you.

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    Re: "Please say hi to (someone)" only in letters/emails?

    It's fine in conversation.

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