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Which is correct?

Dear Jay, I was contacted by Sue on behalf of herself, John, and you.

or

Dear Jay, I was contacted by Sue on behalf of herself, John, and yourself.

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May I suggest?

Dear Jay, I have been contacted by Sue on John's and your behalf...

or

Dear Jay, Sue has contacted me on John's and your behalf...

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