Combatting Email Overload

Here\’s my latest Connect magazine column. I wrote it at the airport on my Blackberry. It\’s about how I try to solve the problem of email overload. Enjoy!

3 thoughts on “Combatting Email Overload

  1. Paul,

    Your Conncect article sparked two questions:

    Whose blogs are your favorites?

    Aren’t you worried about the patent infringement case that blackberry lost? If blackberry is
    shut down, what other wireless device would you recommend?

  2. Receiving hundreds of emails a day does not cause email overload. Email overload is the state of mind of someone addicted to checking email every few minutes and who lacks the ability to weed out the important ones and feel good about trashing the rest. Some good tools can still come in useful, though…

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