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    Mail Formation

    Is there any mistakes in this sentance.

    "Can you update status of FSP test cases done by Lakshmi(CTT)to all and going forward copy all on e-mails related to the training."

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    Re: Mail Formation

    Quote Originally Posted by vikram212 View Post
    Is Are there any mistakes in this sentence?

    "Can you update the status of the FSP test cases done by Lakshmi (space required here) (CTT) (space required here) to all everyone and going forward copy all everyone in to on e-mails related to the training."
    Welcome to the forum.

    Please see my corrections above in red. Even though most email programs use "Reply to all" etc as a stock phrase, we don't tend to use it in normal writing. I would say "send the email to everyone". I have removed "going forward". It is a hugely overused and unnecessary example of business-speak. If you absolutely must use it (please don't!), then it should be enclosed in brackets: "and, going forward, copy everyone into ...".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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