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Just Think In 2000, more than 7 trillion e-mail messages will circulate in the United States alone, up from 4 trillion in 1998. The average person now receives 30 e-mails daily, making e-mail the second-most-popular form of communication after the phone (which, don't forget, had a 96-year head start).

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