Everyday around 269 billion emails are sent worldwide. The average office worker, sends and receives 120 of those emails, so its highly likely you have sent one before. Email was born in 1971 when a computer engineer used the ‘@’ symbol to designate which computer a message should go to. At its core, an email is a glorified text message which is sent to one user from another. Although things have moved in due to advancing technology, you can now include Images and other attachments into your email.
How do you know it’s going to get to the right place, what makes this happen?