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    Means

    Hi guys,

    Can we say "we sent you Claims by both means, fax as well as Electronically"

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    Re: Means

    It is not natural for me. "By both means" is not needed and "fax: is not parallel with "electronically".

    "We sent you claims by fax and e-mail."

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