Kindly regards???

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Hi all,

I just came up with a question. I work for a multinational company and I was wonderinf if use 'kindly regards' is correct. I use it this way:

Dear Customer,
Thank youi for your e-mail. Please, notice I'll be out of the office from February 5th to 7th with limited access to e-mail or voice mail. If you have an URGENT request, please contact:
John Dubeau at
Kindly regards,

Hopefully, you can help me to clarify this.

Thanks a lot !!!
  • ascension

    Senior Member
    English-United States

    Kindly regards sounds odd to me. How about "sincerely"? or "regards"? "Best" would also work. I think you could probably use "kind regards" as well.
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