Dmitri Leonov is vice president of growth at SaneBox Inc., a Boston-based e-mail management service.
Whether it’s working with colleagues, setting up meetings or closing a deal, e-mail is the main means of work-related communication. According to a study by McKinsey, an average person spends 28% of his work time reading and responding to e-mails, and according to a 2011 study by the Radicati Group, the typical corporate e-mail user sends and receives about 105 e-mail messages per day. For most professionals, this is a huge distraction from actual work.
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