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Please acknowledge the receipt of the douments via email. Is this correct?
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Yes, except it's documents.

CJ
Thanks a lot CalifJim.
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AnonymousPlease acknowledge the receipt of the douments via email. Is this correct?
Please acknowledge the receipt of the documents via email.

Is 'the' necessary?
No, you can leave it out. You can also change "the receipt" to "your receipt."
THANK YOU.

Can it be right this too?

Please acknowledge the receipt of the documents via an e-mail.

I think Clive said that the words following the word via follow the same countable and uncountable convention (??).
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Grammar GeekNo, you can leave it out. You can also change "the receipt" to "your receipt."

Thanks, Barbara.
AnonymousTHANK YOU.

Can it be right this too?

Please acknowledge the receipt of the documents via an e-mail.

I think Clive said that the words following the word via follow the same countable and uncountable convention (??).

Please acknowledge the receipt of the documents via an e-mail.

Please acknowledge receipt of the documents via e-mail. ('the' and 'an' are not necessary.)
>Please acknowledge the receipt of the douments via email. Is this correct?

A bit confusing. You need to clarify that. It can mean both of:

Please acknowledge in email the receipt of the documents.

Please acknowledge the receipt in e-mail of the documents.
or
Please acknowledge that the documents have arrived in your e-mail. .

I think that in can be used instead of via. I also prefer e-mail.

To me, the is important, as we're talking about specific documents, known to both parties.
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