It may be difficult to believe (depending on your age), but just two decades ago people were still using snail mail to correspond with each other. Although the internet existed, it was still in its infancy. In addition, computers were slow and unreliable – not to mention expensive. Today, it is simply assumed that someone has an email address and would prefer to correspond using email rather than traditional snail mail. While email is certainly a fast and efficient method of communicating, it also offers yet another opportunity for advertisers and others to accost you with unsolicited and unwanted mail.
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