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Hello teachers. I'd like to say this correctly: I'm sending an email to some client (to make it simple, let's just assume that the client is AT&T but it's not) about the change of the person in charge of reimbursing AT&T travel expenses.

What should I put in the subject area?
New person in charge of AT&T travel expenses? or something else?

And I want the text to be like the following but are there any mistakes or errors?

Dear AT&T employees,

Hello. My name is ***** and I am the new person in charge of reimbursing AT&T travel expenses. Please use the same email address for any travel expense related inquiries: ***@****.com

Ms. Smith will still be the contact person for AT&T travel expenses reimbursement besides myself.

Thank you and kind regards,



Thank you very much for your help!

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I'd say the title's fine and the email is correct.

It's fairly informal and friendly. If you like, you could start with something like 'I'm sending this to introduce myself- I am the new.....'
Your original is fine, though. ;-)
 
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Dear tdol

Thank you very much for your help! :D



tdol said:
I'd say the title's fine and the email is correct.

It's fairly informal and friendly. If you like, you could start with something like 'I'm sending this to introduce myself- I am the new.....'
Your original is fine, though. ;-)
 

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You're welcome
 
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