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I want to know how to structure a sentence properly?

The situation is in my office, a meeting was postponed twice and now we are rescheduling it for the third time.

I want to know how to draft an email, in which I need to inform all the employees about the rescheduled meeting with the new date and timing.

Furthermore, in the email, I want to highlight that this meeting was continuously getting postponed.

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Dear colleagues,

The meeting that was set to take place at (...) this morning/afternoon, after it had been postponed twice, has once again been rescheduled. Please be informed that the meeting will now be held at (...).

How about that?

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