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If someone asked for my help via email, can I say:

It will be my pleasure to help you.

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closed as off-topic by choster, Hellion, RyeɃreḁd, medica, Josh61 May 13 '14 at 19:20

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To my ears, it would be my pleasure to help you sounds better – Omnomnomnom May 13 '14 at 14:56
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While it indeed is perfectly OK to say "It will be my pleasure to help you," you might also want to consider:

I will be more than happy/pleased to help you.

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Yes, it's perfectly okay to use that senetence.

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While I agree with your answer, could you elaborate a little for the OP and future visitors? – TecBrat May 13 '14 at 13:25

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