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The questionable sentence is the following:

We are setting up a server and as soon as it’s done we will send you the bucket credentials.

Shall I use “ when it’s done” or “as soon as it’s done is OK? Or none of them?

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We can use either phrase in this sentence. Either phrase would be correct, understandable, and sound natural.

If we want to emphasize urgency, we may want to use "as soon as" instead of "when". "When" here means that the speaker will send the credentials near the time after the server is set up. "As soon as" indicates that the speaker will send the credentials immediately after the server is set up.

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