Hello, I have a question regarding the use of 'noted' or 'duly noted'.

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I have been writing emails in English (my mother tongue is Japanese) at my job. I will start with a bit of context. I have been emailing a client (let's call him Mr.A) about some equipment that I had to prepare. He told me to ask Ms.B, because she is the expert on the subject. I want to tell Mr.A that I understand what he is saying, and will do what he says. In this case, can I use 'noted' or 'duly noted' like in the following sentences?

1. Noted on the equipment - we will ask Ms. B for more details.

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2. I take note of what you said about the equipment. Will ask Ms. B for more details.

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3. Noted that we should ask Ms. B for more details.

4. Your advice on the equipment is noted. Will ask Ms. B for more details.

I know that you usually use just one word 'Noted.' to show acknowledgment in emails, but in my culture, that sounds very impolite. All the more so in my case, since Mr.A is very much senior to me.

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I would be delighted if someone could give me a straightforward answer with an example or two.

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Also, if there is a better way to say this without using 'noted', then please let me know.

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