Answered by Rachael, Hiring Expert at Merck & Co., Inc., on Friday, June 2, 2017
There are a few things you can choose to do. One, you can check your sent files, and open the email that you sent, then click options. There may be an option to delete and/or edit the email to be resent, but only if it was unread. Also, you can choose to do nothing, and hope that the manager isn't a stickler about grammar or whatever the error was. However, you could also send a follow up message correcting the error. It happens more than you think, and sometimes the managers or recruiters will send errors as well. In any case, I don't think this would be enough to cost you the job. Best of luck to you!