Why Email Isn’t Going Anywhere

Why Email Isn’t Going Anywhere

Though messaging and social media apps have been claiming for years that email is dying, it’s still very much alive: the number of global e-mail users amounted to 3.9 billion in 2019 and is set to grow to 4.48 billion users by 2024. This isn’t far behind the number of...
InMoat vs Spam Filters

InMoat vs Spam Filters

A lot of email users think that InMoat is simply a dressed-up Spam filter—something that every email software package on the market already includes as a basic feature to take care of some unwanted email. However, it’s not.  Here’s why. Spam filters primarily...
Zero Inbox Strategy Is a Myth

Zero Inbox Strategy Is a Myth

No messages in your inbox: this phenomenon is known as Zero Inbox or Inbox Zero email Strategy, and while it sounds like a goal all of us strive to reach, it’s a myth.  “It is impossible to keep on top of even the simplest of email inboxes without driving yourself...
Email Management Is Time Management

Email Management Is Time Management

Though it burst onto the scene as a productivity tool, email became anything but: according to McKinsey, the average professional currently spends 28% of the workday reading and answering email, more often than not, unwanted email. For the average full-time worker in...
The History of Email

The History of Email

Email was a revolutionary invention in communications and technology when it began. However, since the discovery of Gmail—launched on April 1, 2004, and not an April Fool’s Day joke—the tool hasn’t innovated much. 1965 The very first version of what would become known...