The invention/ creation of emails has dramatically reduce the distance between any two or more parties wanting to talk to each other. With a few clicks of a mouse or touch on a smart device, you can reach anyone in the world … when it works. As with anything else, there are rules, settings and in IT lingo, protocols that need to be in place for emails to work properly and all the time. Network Connectivity with your service provider for one and everything they need to put in place. Even with all of this in place, who among us has never experienced one or all of the following few email issues –
1) I can’t send or receive,
2) I can’t receive but I an send,
3) I can receive but can’t send,
4) Some of my emails are missing,
5) I’m getting a lot of undeliverable messages that I haven’t sent,
6) I’m getting duplicate emails/receiving old emails again,
7) I’m getting a mailbox full error, and a few more.
You may be asking yourself why are emails so important or why the topic on email issues. Think about this for a second – “we know that about 269 billion emails were sent and received each day in 2017, and that figure is expected to grow to almost 320 billion daily emails in 2021, according to Statista.” This is how the world runs, this is how we communicate and conduct business. Without these emails, news stories cannot be filed, doing business would take much much longer to conclude. The pace and speed of doing business is instantaneous. How many emails did you miss or send or received today?