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In an inter-company (informal) email, when the addressees are one male and one female, I usually use Hi Guys. However, guy has a distinct male flavour.
Could you suggest a more gender-neutral addressing for the above?

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    I think most people in the corporate world would consider "guys" to be non-gender specific these days. – Cascabel Apr 26 at 16:08
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    Also relevant:What is a feminine version of guys – Cascabel Apr 26 at 16:30
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    I use folks as an informal, gender-neutral term for more than one person. – Davo Apr 26 at 16:42
  • Which country are you in? What is preferable may vary between different English-speaking countries. – TrevorD Apr 26 at 17:01
  • There's nothing wrong with simply using Hi. – Jason Bassford Apr 26 at 17:13

If it's one specific male and one specific female, just address them by name: "Hi Adam and Betty".

If the context is informal, "hi everyone" or "hi all" would work.

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    I feel that all/everyone is for crowds, namely for more than a couple. – boardrider Apr 26 at 17:56

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