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Dear all,

1. I was wondering which one is correct and can be used in a daily email communication?

Refer to email below, ...
Referring to email below, ...

2. Should we use article “the” with “email”. As an example, the email below?

Thanks
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FirewallEngineer1. I was wondering which one is correct and can be used in a daily email communication?Refer to email below, ...Referring to email below, ...
You have not provided enough information for us to answer your question. Please give us at least one complete sentence showing how you intend to use these expressions.
FirewallEngineer2. Should we use article “the” with “email”. As an example, the email below?
You can certainly refer to "the email below", but there are times when "email" is used without an article. Again, you need to show how you intend to use the expression in a complete sentence.

CJ
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Hi,

Whether these phrases are correct depends on the sentence you use them in. Can you offer an example?

But really, both just seem like very poor business jargon.
If the email is below, it is obvious that your email refers to it.
If you want to, you could start with eg 'Thank you for your email' or 'Thanks for the information'..
But most people like most email to be short and to the point.

If it's one email, you need 'the' (or eg my, this).

Clive