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ENG322 - English Comprehensive and Composition

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    @omairsoa said in Is "For your information please." correct?:

    ‘For your information please’ being used in official e-mail communication, whenever we sent a mail to the recipient, which is for his info.
    This sentence grammatically correct?
    Is ‘For your information’ the correct phrase to be used?

    ‘Please’ is unusual there in any instance.
    ‘for your information’ is enough, and is grammatical as it stands (as an isolated prepositional phrase).