Should I say “hope you are doing well” in a formal email?

Should I say “hope you are doing well” in a formal email?

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  1. Saying “Hope you are doing well” is considered a redundant phrase. It can be replaced by saying “I hope that you are doing well.” Or, simply, “Hope you’re well.”

    But if you want to be polite, you can add the word “please” before “hope”, and say something like this: “I hope that you are well, and please accept my best wishes for a happy day.”

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