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I feel bored to have this in my all mails 'Please let me know if any questions/comments', any best alternate sentence would be helpful for me

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    Welcome to Writing.SE. As a rule, avoid asking "what to write". – JP Chapleau Feb 26 '18 at 23:34
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    Oops sorry, as I am new I don't know the rule and thanks for letting me know – Satheesh47 Feb 26 '18 at 23:36
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    It's OK. The reason is, we are just people with lives, and Google is your friend. If you want a more thoughtful answer than what Google can provide, the try editing your question to be both helpful to you and to other people as well. identify what it is in your question that could be broadly useful information, and ask about that. – DPT Feb 27 '18 at 0:11
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You can use @Amadeus' answer or one of the following:

  • "Any questions or comments are welcome"

  • "Feel free to leave questions or comments"

  • "Questions or comments are appreciated"

If your standard email encourages an ongoing dialogue, you can add 'further' to the line:

  • "If further questions should arise, do feel free to ask."

There are many ways to say it. Say whatever you feel best suits

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Since Questions/Comments covers every possible response, perhaps

"Please feel free to respond."

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"I welcome any feedback."

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