I want to send this email.

Hi xxx,

It is duly noted. Thank you.

Thank you,

Is this correct? Is it okay to use thank you twice like that?

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    That's a matter of style (and opinion). In principle the answer is that it's fine. You probably wouldn't want to use it twice in such quick succession as in your example, though. Vary it a bit by changing the signoff to "Thanks again" or (if greater formality is needed) "Once again, thank you very much", or by changing the body of the message to say "I'm very grateful for your assistance".
    – rjpond
    Commented Apr 6, 2021 at 8:22
  • Backticks is meant for code, not for quotations. When you have the time, could you please fix it?
    – Mari-Lou A
    Commented Feb 17, 2022 at 13:00

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It's not seriously wrong, but it seems a bit unnecessary.

You don't need a sign off in such a short email, so if it worries you just delete the second "thank you", or replace it by "Yours", or "Best regards" or similar.

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