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Is it just me, or are there too many commas in this sentence? If so, how would you revise it?

If you are working with an outside vendor or organization requiring the firm logo, please forward the link to our logo usage page, which exists on our external website.

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    The commas are fine. which exists is very unidiomatic. – KarlG Jun 12 '18 at 0:23
  • When in doubt, leave it out. – Hot Licks Jun 13 '18 at 1:45
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I'd drop the second comma and 'which exists':

"If you are working with an outside vendor or organization requiring the firm logo, please forward the link to our logo usage page on our external website."

as they are not necessary to create a complete and understandable sentence.

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