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    I am submitting an application form via email, and I don't know what salutation to use. The email address is "[email protected]" so I know the person handling my application is female. I can't send a blank email because I have a note to make about my attachment.

    Should I use "Dear Madam/Sir"?
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    Bump. The application is due within the next 12 hours. Any ideas?
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    Dear <Name> is fine.
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    Dear Madam sounds about right; or if you're really not sure there's always 'To whom it may concern'... if you know her second name the title 'Ms.*surname*' is appropriate for single and married women.
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    Dear Sir/Madam will be fine.
 
 
 
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