She got him up to speed on ... with/through an email

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susanna76

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Romanian
Hi,

I'm writing something and don't know the whole story on "get someone up to speed." You get someone up to speed on something, but if you mention the means, do you use with or through?

So which version works (best)?
A. She got him up to speed on the situation with an email.
B. She got him up to speed on the situation through an email.

P.S. (Edit): Oh, I think it may be by, actually. And in this case,
C. She got him up to speed on the situation by email.

But do the other versions work at all?
 
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