(verb)Simplepasttense and pastparticiple of e-mail.
(verb) to contact (a person) by electronic mail
(verb) to send (a message, document, etc) by electronic mail
Use "e-mailed" in a sentence
"He had spent more time than Sandy Stilwell thought necessary discussing and debating the provisions highlighted in the speech, which were emphasized again in a flurry of e-mailed summaries, talking points, and endorsements from various chambers of commerce, trade associations, small-business coalitions, taxpayer advocacy groups, economists, and a half dozen individuals with no public affiliations who shared a basic profile: heads of household, annual income between forty-five thousand and seventy-five thousand dollars."
"His campaign had e-mailed a lengthy document to reporters, putting the incriminating items from his gubernatorial record in the context of larger policies intended to benefit a broader public interest."
"I had e-mailed a Coalition adviser from the Hilla office and told him I wanted to visit the center."