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What does this sentence mean in japanese
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Posted 2/3/13
Me-ru means email address and shirou means data. I know that ni is the marker and okutte kudasai is the request to receive.
Here is the sentence:

Sumisu san ni me-ru de shirou wo okutte kudasai.

Does this ask sumisu san to send the data to you by email address?

Or does it mean to send sumisu san the data by email address?

Thanks

I was just a bit confused. I know basically where ni goes, but in this context, im not sure what it would mean.

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Posted 2/3/13 , edited 2/3/13
I wonder what happened to the Translate this for me thread?

スミスさんにメールで資料を送ってください。
Sumisu san ni me-ru de shiryou wo okutte kudasai.
Please send the data to Smith-san by email.

As opposed to Please ask Smith-san to send the data by email
Sumisusan ni me-ru de shiryou wo okutte moratte kudasai.
スミスさんにメールで資料を送ってもらってください。
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