Email As The New Database

The trend of using inbox as a personal database has become more pronounced as the services have dramatically increased their storage capacity in response to Gmail offering a free service with 1,000Mb of storage. For all but the very organised, old e-mails will contain phone numbers that haven’t been entered into a diary, names and addresses of contacts, meeting or customer information, useful statistics or competitor information and photos of products and people

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