What to Include in an Out of Office Message:
The out of office message itself can contain follwing information on:
- Why you’re out of the office
- When you’ll be back, including date range for when you are out of the office
- Other ways to reach you such as a cell phone number if applicable
- Other points of contact the recipient can reach in your absence, including another contact email address, phone number and/or business website.
Thank you for your message. I am out of the office from (date) to (date) with limited access to email. For immediate assistance, please get in touch with me on my cell phone (number) or my secretary XX at (phone number).
Thank you for your email. I’m out of the office and will be back at (Date of Return). During this period I will have limited access to my email.
For immediate assistance please contact me on my cell phone at (your cell phone number).
I will be out of the office from (Starting date) until (End date).
If you need immediate assistance please contact (Contact Person).
Thanks for emailing me. I’m going to be out of the office from [date] to [date], and during this time, will have limited access to email. If your message is urgent, please contact [alternative contact information]. Otherwise, I’ll respond to your email as soon as I can when I return.
I will be out of the office this week. If you need immediate assistance while I’m away, please email (Contact Email Address).
I will be away from (Date) until (Return Date). For urgent matters, you can contact (Contact Person).