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    #1

    If you have received/receive my parcel

    1. Please let me know when you receive my parcel.
    2. Please let me know when you have received my parcel.

    I think sentence 1 is correct whereas sentence 2 is wrong. Am I correct?

    3. If you have received my parcel, please let me know.
    4. If you receive my parcel, please let me know.

    I think sentence 3 is correct whereas sentence 4 is wrong. Am I correct?

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    Re: If you have received/receive my parcel

    No, you are not correct, they are all OK.

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