what to send in reply if someone asking to reply the mail to confirm

As discussed, Please find the details below and kindly confirm your presence by replying to this email.

I am thinking that it should be

Ok, Confirmed, I got it.. etc

Thank you.

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Of the responses you listed, “Confirmed” is the only one I might use. “OK” and “I got it” are too vague and only tell the other person you received the email. This sounds like a formal occasion given the polite language (“please”, “kindly”). So it might be a good idea to give a polite answer that is more than one word, like:

Thank you. I am confirming my attendance.

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