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My reply to a message was late. If I want to explain the reason what is correct to say, "I am just seeing your last message" or "I am just seeing your previous message"

How about a phrase "I have just seen your previous message." Does it sound natural?

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In this case, you have already read the message, so you don't want to use a present progressive tense.

I have just now seen your message.

or

I just now saw your message.

If you are reading a complaint ("Why didn't you respond to my message?") and responding to it, then you can use the word previous or earlier.

I just now saw your earlier message.

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