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Hi Katie. To be absolutely safe, you would want to send the notice by certified mail. But, in my experience, the key is that the landlord receives the notice and here it is clear that the landlord received the notice. So, to be safe, you'd want to wait from the date of the certified mail; but in my experience, you would not be adversely impacted if you proceed based on the text notice.
If I were you, I would do so.
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If the lease provides no written address, and one will not be provided, if you send it electronically that will satisfy your obligation. The landlord will not be allowed to benefit from the landlord's refusal to allow you to comply strictly with the statute.
It would be ultimately up to the judge, but in my experience, given your facts, you would prevail if it came to a suit.