"Hi Jack, this is Steve. I have a proposal for the marketing idea. Can I email it to you?"
"I will need the information by noon. Can you email it to me soon?"
"The deadline for the project was an hour ago. Did you send the information?"
"I’m going to send you a rough draft. Can you review it and email me back?"
"I have sent three mails asking for information on their design. I haven’t received a reply yet."
"Send a email to the team with your plan of action. I want everyone following this process."
"I have to send out my report before five. I won’t have time to help you right now."
"I have a meeting at 4:00 pm. I think I should send out a reminder mail. I don’t want anyone to forget."
"If you are not sure how to talk to the boss about this, why don’t you email her?"
"Did you read the mail from the CEO? It’s about our new mission statement."
"The CFO sent out a mail that describes our quarterly earnings."
When you are going on vacation, there is an option in some mail programs such as Outlook to reply with a message saying anything you want. After you turn on auto reply, there is a text field where you can type in your message. In general, this is what I have seen the most. Once again, the following is not spoken, but email language.
‘I will be vacation until June 4th. I will be on email occasionally, but if you have an emergency, you can reach me at 555-555-5555. For information on financial reports, contact Suzy Mae. For information on quarterly earnings, contact Jim Beam. For other urgent matters, contact Billy McHale.’