Out of office messages are very important. Often forgotten, but extremely important. So we took it upon ourselves to make sure that the Out of Office messages that you automate are not just witty, but also give the people who mail you a general idea of where you’re vacationing.
If you’re out touring any of the countries mentioned below, you’re in luck. If not, don’t hesitate to ping us at Pickyourtrail and we’ll craft something for you!
Subject: This is a message from God
Hi (Recipient), This is God. (Sender) is with me on my island. I will probably send them back, but they seem like so much fun. If I do, they will write back on DD/MM/YYYY.
Subject: Since hunting Kiwis is illegal…
Greetings Human,(Sender) is on a quest with Frodo through Middle Earth to destroy the One Ring. Wifi is non-existent here but you will hear back from me soon.
Subject: Digitally not available.
Hey, I decided to do a digital detox in the continent down under. I will start toxication again on DD/MM/YYYY.
Subject: Oh la la, mon ami,
Oui. Je suis au France. Je mail you back au DD/MM/YYYY.
Subject: Here is an offer you can’t refuse
*scratches neck all Godfather-like* You come into my inbox on the day I am in Italy, and you ask me to reply. What have I ever done to make you treat me so disrespectfully?
Subject: I write in peace…
I truly do. As a peace offering, I will bring you cheese and chocolates from Switzerland. (That’s where I am right now. If you hadn’t figured it out.)
Subject: I’m living the dream
That’s right. I’m in Europe. And I’m not planning on checking any messages till DD/MM/YYYY. But I am available on my phone. If you guess my number, I will take your call.
Subject: I made a choice.
You bought an iPhone. I went to Cambodia. And oh boy, am I having fun!!
Subject: I’m lost
If You haven’t heard back from me, I’m probably lost on the cycling tour in Vietnam. Don’t send help.
Subject: Llamas are the best thing ever
Yes, they are, and I made a llama friend here in Peru. What have you done in the past one week?
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