Best email opening line, phrase and sentence examples

15 April 2023   634
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Formal email opening lines

  1. I hope this email finds you well.
  2. I hope your day so far has been pleasant.
  3. I hope you are having a wonderful day.
  4. Your prompt response is much appreciated.
  5. I am writing to you in relation to...
  6. Thank you for contacting us at <company name>
  7. Further to our earlier exchange...
  8. I am extending a hand for partnership…
  9. Allow me to introduce myself.
  10. It is great to hear from you.

Polite email openings

  1. I hope this email finds you well.
  2. I hope your week has been great so far.
  3. Good morning/afternoon/evening.
  4. I hope your week started well.
  5. Thank you for the timely response.
  6. Thank you for getting in touch with...
  7. I'd be eager to get your advice on...
  8. I'm writing to...
  9. Allow me to introduce myself briefly.
  10. It's great to hear from you.

Professional email openings

  1. I hope this email finds you well.
  2. I hope you are having a great week.
  3. I hope you are having a great day.
  4. Thank you for reaching out to us.
  5. Thank you for the prompt response.
  6. I could use your advice on...
  7. I'm contacting you about…
  8. To follow up on my previous email...
  9. Allow me to briefly introduce myself.
  10. It's is good to hear from you.

Opening sentences for business emails

  1. I hope this email finds you well.
  2. I hope you are having a great week.
  3. I hope your day has been great.
  4. Thank you for the quick response.
  5. Thank you for getting in touch with...
  6. I'm writing to inquire about...
  7. I'm hoping to get your advice on...
  8. I'm following up on my previous email on...
  9. My name is… and I work for...
  10. I'm glad to hear from you!

Friendly email opening lines

  1. How are you?
  2. Thanks for your help with...
  3. I'm hoping to get your advice on...
  4. It's great to hear from you!
  5. This article/video made me think of you!
  6. Thanks for reaching out.
  7. Thanks for the quick response.
  8. I loved your recent <social media post/blog post>!
  9. It was great to meet/talk to you! 
  10. I hope you enjoyed your holiday/day off!

Opening sentences for a follow-up email

  1. Just a quick follow-up to my previous email.
  2. Did you already have time to review my previous email?
  3. I'd like to add something to what we discussed earlier.
  4. I wanted to float this back to the top of your inbox.
  5. I know you get more emails than you have time to read, so thought to send a quick follow-up to my email in case it got buried in your inbox.
  6. I know that you're probably very busy at the moment, but I  thought you wouldn't like to miss out on <purpose of the previous email>.
  7. Would you be so kind as to provide an update on <topic of the previous email>
  8. I wanted to circle back around to <topic of the previous email>
  9. Although I haven't heard back from you, I'm convinced that <your proposition> would lead to great results for you.
  10. Hope this doesn't sound weird, but I saw that you read my previous email and wanted to touch base with you about it.

Funny email opening lines

  1. I hope the week was only mildly boring.
  2. Just what you want: another email.
  3. Happy Not-Monday!
  4. I hope you're surviving another work week.
  5. I promise this email isn't as long as the previous one.
  6. Only <number> more days until Friday!
  7. I hope your morning coffee was as strong as mine.
  8. Sorry for sabotaging your inbox zero, but…
  9. I promise that this is the last email you'll receive from me. This week.
  10. Yep – you guessed right. It's me again.

Informal email opening sentences 

  1. No opening sentence at all
  2. Hope you good! 
  3. How's it going?
  4. Thanks for getting back.
  5. Thanks for touching the base. 
  6. Thanks for the help!
  7. Could you help me with something?
  8. Just checking in.
  9. I meant to contact you about...
  10. Nice hearing from you!

 

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