Let's say I just turned on my computer, opened email and there is an unread message from my friend there - he sent it to me a few hours ago. First of all, I want to tell him that I didn't answer because I got it just now:
I got your message just now, sorry.
Would it be common, idiomatic phrase?
And isn't it ambiguous? The first meaning:
I received your message just now, sorry. (this is the meaning I want to convey)
The second meaning:
I understood your message just now, sorry.
(We say "I got it", "I didn't get it" meaning "I understood it", "I didn't understand it", right?)