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Is it awkward to start an email with “I am [my name]. I am writing to ask you…”?

I saw a job announcement (faculty position), which usually says "questions regarding this position should be addressed to [name and email.]. I want to ask a few questions about the position, and ...
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To Whom It May Concern, what's the best way to address a group?

I write emails to groups of individuals from time to time, and when I don't/can't address anyone in particular, I will begin the letter with To Whom It May Concern, Is this the best way to ...
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How can I give a project quote politely?

Someone sent me an email, asking for a quote for the project. How can I reply to him in a more polite way? I can quote you $100 for this project. I charge you $100 for this project. I ...
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Is “I am writing to inform you” awkward or outdated?

I was writing an email, and I started off with I am writing to inform you of certain errors... However, is this use outdated or awkward in emails (assuming that I don't know the recipient)? What ...