Is intended to or for?

Is intended to or for?

Intended to refers to an intention – a plan, a course of action that you mean to follow. I intended to get up early in the morning, but I overslept. – It was my plan to get up early. Intended for is used to describe something for which there is a plan or a purpose.

How do you respond to an email that is not intended for you?

A: If the email is routine and you know the intended recipient, forward it with a note, “I believe this was intended for you,” says Joan Capua, New York, a communications skills trainer. Another option is to reply briefly, “I believe this email reached me in error.

How do you tell someone they sent the wrong attachment?

Just write something like, “Please resend attachment, thank you”. This happens to everyone. Just tell them ‘hey you forgot the attachment can you send it please’. The sender meant for you to get the attachment.

Is not intended for meaning?

a humorous way of saying that someone doesn’t like or love the speaker. E.g.: You’ve seen the way she treated me last time we met. It’s clear: she loves me not. NSFW abbr.

Is intended for TO?

Senior Member. There’s no difference in meaning, only in where you use them. Use “for” before a noun, and “to” before a verb, as in your first two examples.

How do you handle emails you receive that are intended for someone else?

How to Handle Emails You Receive That Are Intended for Someone…

  1. You’re not actually ethically bound to do anything.
  2. Forward it. Don’t Delete it. Their recommendation is to forward it to the intended recipient and CC the sender (I recommend something different below)

How do I apologize for a wrongly sent email?

Here are some ideas:

  1. “Oops! Something went wrong.”
  2. “Did our last email confuse you? Let’s provide some explanations.”
  3. “Apologies for the mistake. We’re so sorry.”
  4. “We made a wrong move! Here’s what happened.”
  5. “Sorry for the mishap.”
  6. “Please accept our warmest and most sincere apologies.”
  7. “Oops!
  8. “Here’s what went wrong.

How do you reply emails you receive that are intended for someone else?

You could simply state: I believe this email was sent to me by mistake and wanted to make you aware of it possibly reaching the wrong destination. If this message was intended for me, I look forward to discussing the matter with you further.

Does not intend to meaning?

vb. 1 may take a clause as object to propose or plan (something or to do something); have in mind; mean.

Is it intended to or intend?

You would either say ‘to intend to do something’ or ‘to be intent on doing something’. To intend to do something means ‘to have something in mind to do’, while to ‘be intent on doing something’ means you are determined to do it. Hope this helps.

Is intended to someone?

intend (something) for (someone or something) To aim or plan for someone or something to receive something in particular.

How do you respond to a correction email?

Be quick – A quick follow-up can catch people before they see the first email. Be clear – Subject and pre-header should be clear about the purpose. Apologize – Own up to the mistake and say you’re sorry for any misunderstanding. Send an offer – If you can’t give what was promised in the email, offer a back-up.