A new survey by the research firm C2C Research shows that the majority of internet users are still using the old way of sending and receiving emails.
While the majority still send emails through email clients, the majority also email via apps like Outlook, Google Docs, or OneDrive.
C2C’s survey found that the vast majority of people still use email by email client.
The survey also showed that, on average, people spend 1.5 minutes per day using email.
CrowdStrike, which conducted the survey for C2E, says the survey shows that people still aren’t using email for everything that they need it for.
C2Cs survey found people use email for:Not all of the people surveyed said they were sending email in the past month.
Of those, 39% used email for more than 20 minutes per month.
The most popular email client in the survey was Outlook, followed by Google Doc, Microsoft Outlook, and Apple Mail.
The average email app downloaded over 300MB per month, which was the most of any email app surveyed.CNET contacted C2CE and C2EC, but neither responded to our requests for comment.