How to take control of your e-mail inbox

04/4/2013 | Entrepreneur online

It's wise to turn off e-mail notifications, which can be a distraction from the work you are trying to do, according to Alex Moore, CEO of Baydin, an e-mail productivity software firm. Unless prompt response is absolutely essential in your industry, you should check your inbox only a few times a day, he said. Archive messages after you no longer need them, and use the search feature to find old messages when necessary, he recommends.

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