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How to reply on behalf of my boss to fix an appointment?

How to reply on behalf of my boss to fix an appointment

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Dear [name of the recipient]:

[Name of the person in charge of you], a [position] of [organization], has asked me to arrange an appointment with you on [date]. If you are able and willing to accept the offer, please inform me about the time at which you will be available in order for our making all of the necessary arrangements. [Name of the person in charge of you] would both willing to see you in his office or at any convenient location on that day. If you desire to choose a location other than the office of our company, please inform me about it in advance.

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I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,

[your name]

[full signature (optional)]

[position]

[company]

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