How do you use email?

Discussion in 'Email Discussions' started by popowich, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. popowich

    popowich EQ Forum Admin Staff Member

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    Hello,

    What do you use email for?

    Communicating with friends and family?

    Sending non-urgent questions to friends?

    Sending email newsletters?

    Do you mostly use email at work or personal email accounts?

    Do you use email as an organizer for your daily tasks?

    If you need help using your email please reply here or post in our email program setup and configuration forum.
     


  2. curvefan

    curvefan Valued Member

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    I guess my main reasons would be:

    Communicating with family and friends.

    Online shopping correspondences.

    Online forums so that you can be notified or emailed by members or moderators.

    Newsletters sent by sites that I'm registered on and have requested newsletters be sent.

    Other than that, not much.

    Nothing that involves a lot of security, as I would never trust email with something that requires security, and nobody wants the hassle of encryption and decryption.

    All in all, nothing really important, so why do we use it?

    Good question.
     

  3. EMQjl

    EMQjl Greylisted

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    • Communicating with family and friends (I guess well over 50% by the number of messages)
    • Online forums (notifications)
    • newsletters I subscribe to
    • invoices from utilities, phone companies, ISP
    • matters related to voluntary work I do for 2 or 3 charities/NGOs
    • and of course the usual assorted odds & sods :)
     
  4. smithdavid

    smithdavid New Email

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    I have mainly used to business transections.

    Thanks to sharing...
     

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