I'm attempting to translate a notarial certificate to Chinese, but it contains this curious sentence at the start:
To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting
According to ELU, this is basically a fancy salutation, like "to whom it may concern", but because this is so formal, and possibly carrying legal weight, I'm reluctant to translate it simply. Is there a suitably proper Chinese translation of this phrase?
Just for fun, I tried Google and Baidu's machine translations, which were so hilarious I had to share: