I was supposed to exchange houses, everything was planned when yesterday, I received an email saying that it was not possible to do it anymore .I answered "you should have emailed me as soon as you knew/ have known it

I think past simple is the best because I have known it since yesterday so it belongs to the past

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As soon as you have known

is incorrect, either

as soon as you knew


as soon as you had known

would be appropriate since you are talking about the past.

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