Are you tired of typing out the same email response over and over again? Or maybe you're going on vacation and want to let people know you won't be available. Whatever the reason, setting up an auto reply message can save you time and hassle.
So, what should your auto reply message say? First, make sure to keep it brief and to the point. Let people know why you're unavailable and when you'll be back. If you're on vacation, you might want to include a friendly message letting people know you'll respond to their email when you return.
Here are a few sample auto reply messages to get you started:
"Thank you for your email. I am currently out of the office and will not be able to respond until [date]. If you need immediate assistance, please contact [name and email]. Thank you for your understanding."
"I apologize for the delay in my response. I am currently experiencing a high volume of emails and will respond as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience."
"Thank you for your email. I am currently on vacation and will not be available until [date]. I look forward to responding to your message when I return. Thank you for your understanding."
Remember, your auto reply message is a reflection of you and your professionalism. Make sure to proofread and double check for any errors before activating the auto reply. With a well crafted auto reply message, you can enjoy your time away from the computer without worrying about leaving people in the dark.