I'm emailing new customers with some general info they need to set up their account. Usually, this information is more than enough. But, there's a possibility that they might have some questions left. So, I want to be polite and at the end of the letter, I suggest they email me if they have any questions.
Is it ok to say, the following:
For any questions, please consult our Help Desk – or email me at email@example.
Considering, that the email I give in the sentence above is the same I send my letter from.
Or is it better to say:
For any questions, please consult our Help Desk – or reply to this email.