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Can somebody tell if there’s anything wrong with this sentence, please?

I just sent the authorization to you through my student email.

I thought "through" wasn't used with "email." Should it be "by" or "via email"? I Googled and found this site but the answer posted lacked detail.

  • Would you tell us more about the context and your specific problem with this question? – Cardinal May 12 at 16:42
  • “Through my student email” that’s my problem. I thought “through” wasn’t used with “email” – Emma Styles May 12 at 16:45
  • google.com/… – Cardinal May 12 at 16:50
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    There is no single "grammatically correct" preposition to connect the message and the medium (authorisation + email) - through, by, with, using, via, over, on are all at least credible choices, and I'm sure there are other possibilities. – FumbleFingers Reinstate Monica May 12 at 17:28
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    sent x to you in an email. – Lambie May 12 at 20:17

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