Do both convey the same message, or not?
- I hope you all are doing well.
- I hope you are all doing well.
It occurs to me that the same thing happens with both when I'm only addressing two people rather than more than two:
- I hope you both are doing well.
- I hope you are both doing well.
I'm sure that the first of each pair addresses more than one person, but I'm not sure if it is as “grammatically correct” as the second from each pair where the quantifier follows the verb instead of the pronoun.
I just wanted to check up on my friends but I'm not sure which one I should use; I'm a non-native speaker.