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In Italian they have this way to show formal respect to another person in writing, by capitalizing all the direct or indirect references to him.
A random example might be: "Porgo i miei più sentiti ossequi a Lei e alla Sua signora."
So, sometimes I feel like doing the same in English, like for instance: "I thank You", "I hope to have the honor to work with You" and so on...
The question is, would this form of capitalization be understood as an expression of respect, or more likely seen as an error (and hence perhaps disrespect) ?