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I have many emails everyday and recently I just discovered I missed an email that I should reply. (I was searching for some keywords and that email happen to pop up and I saw it today)

I want to email the person and say something like I have overlooked your email or missed your email to that person who emailed me, and then continue to reply.

How do I say it?
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Hi

Both of those phrases are good. Very slightly, I think I would make a difference:

- I missed your email
[= I had so many emails that I scrolled past yours, by accident]

- I overlooked your email
[= I did read it but then, I'm really sorry, I forgot that I should reply to you]

Dave
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Anonymous"i did read it but then i am sorry i forgot that i should reply to you now kindly solve the issue or ,,,?
You can use that if you will just learn to capitalize 'I' at all times.
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my problem was same and the answer is very good and authentic for me but i want to ask for help in this email after saying sorry i mean i want to say that "i did read it but then i am sorry i forgot that i should reply to you now kindly solve the issue or ,,,?
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My apologies for this delayed response. Unfortunately, your email was overlooked and only recently came to our attention.

I’m really sorry to have missed your email.
Miss Borden Hi I have a question for you so if you miss the email check if you do let me know and then I will send a email back. Paige.
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