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    #1

    Post wording in an email

    The following email is to be sent to the staff. According to the stuffs in the binder it seems like it belongs to one of the staffs. But it has no name on it. Please help to send out the email.

    Sub: Bindery Found

    Hi everybody,


    I found a blue binder in the women's washroom on the second floor of science builing. The binder has a lot of research papers in it. It is on my desk now. Please pick it up if you have lot it to you.

    Thanks,

    Susan B.


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    #2

    Re: wording in an email

    Quote Originally Posted by jkl View Post
    The following email is to be sent to the staff. According to the stuffs in stuff in/contents of the binder, it seems like it belongs to one of the staff. But it has no name on it. Please help to send out the email.

    Sub: Folder Found

    Hi everybody,


    I found a blue folder in the women's washroom on the second floor of science building. The folder has a lot of research papers in it. It is on my desk now. Please contact me if you think it is yours.

    Thanks,

    Susan B.
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