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Are the following sentences correct?

1: Please have another look on my previous email.
2: Would you mind having another look on my previous email?
3: Please have a relook on my previous email.
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To me, all of them can be used.
Hi, I have a question related to the original question.
Which one of the mentioned sentences is the most appropriate in the following situations:
1) Formal business letter (to a co-worker)
2) When talking to an old friend (bestfriend for example)

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2 is formal. As for 1 and 3 I can't state ant difference between them but I don't want to say that they are informal.
Hi guys,

You don't look on an email. You look at an email.

Best wishes, Clive
It is really a shame that we missed that point. Thanks for clearing it out Clive.
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I really don't think anyone would ever actually use 'relook' as a noun.
CliveHi guys,

You don't look on an email. You look at an email.

Best wishes, Clive
Hi Clive,

May I know the reason for that?

>I really don't think anyone would ever actually use 'relook' as a noun.

Agree.
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