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Hello everyone,

Here is the situation: I want to send again the same message to the same person but using a different email address because the first time I used my personal account and I have not got any answer so I also want to do that as an excuse to see if I was deliberately ignored or something. Here is what I want to include:

"I have recently sent you the following message through my personal email account. I am resending it now with my institutional address just to be sure it does not get lost on spam filters. If you have already received my first message, please excuse my redundancy."

My major concern is the "excuse my redundancy" because I don't know if it makes sense, but since I'm here exposing myself that much, would you mind tell me if it would be stupid or rude sending an email like that, I mean, in general?

Thank you very much
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I wouldn't send that. It's like telling the person that they do not operate their email system correctly.

Clive
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I see. Thank you for your insight.

And what if I cut "just to be sure...filters" out and just say that I'm sending it again with no explanations? I really want to resend it with the right account so I can be ignored again and then move on with my life.

Thanks.
eg "I recently sent you the following message through my personal email account. I am resending it now with my institutional address. If you have already received my first message, please excuse me."

Still sounds a bit odd to me.
What's an 'institutional address'?
Was it a job application? Many (most?) applicants never receive a reply.

Clive
By institutional email I meant my unversity email. It is an academic issue. I'm looking for a supervisor for the next term.
They usually answer these emails (never without long waiting though) even when denying our requests, that is why I'd like to send it again.

But that is alright,

Thank you for your help.
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