When email first became popular in the 90s, it revolutionized the way that we communicate. Traditional postal service earned the satirical nickname “snail mail,” and we officially entered the information age. These days, most business communication takes place through email. In fact, between their jobs and their personal lives, many people have multiple email accounts. Fast forward to the present day. Email is still alive and well, and in widespread use on a daily basis. Current estimates report that almost 300 billion emails are sent each day, and that number is expected to go up to 350 billion over the next few years. This doesn’t include private messaging on social media, tweets, or Facebook posts.