'communicae' ?

Caporegime
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Correct spelling ? - I want to use it in a sentance "I'll direct all my communicae through you"

reads 'comm-u-ni-kay' ?
 
Caporegime
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This is what the Oxford says:

communiqué |kəˌmyoōnəˈkā; kəˈmyoōnəˌkā| (also communique)
noun
an official announcement or statement, esp. one made to the media.
ORIGIN mid 19th cent.: from French, past participle of communiquer ‘communicate.’

I don't think that really fits in with what the OP is trying to say?
 
Man of Honour
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Correct spelling ? - I want to use it in a sentance "I'll direct all my communicae through you"

reads 'comm-u-ni-kay' ?

I don't think communique is quite the right word here, "I'll direct all my communications through you" would be a little better. Communique is one of those words that reminds me of formal/military statements and that might not be what you want.
 
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Don't try to write long flowery words in emails if there are other words that woudl do the job just as well. It makes people look like idiots.

EDIT: Wish I'd written this faster to get it in before the above post really :D
 
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