A lot of people are still trying to decide whether or not they should check their email account.
But according to a survey by the online service, The Irish Sun, many people are struggling to decide.
The survey found that around 50 per cent of respondents were considering changing their email habits, and just over a third said they were considering going back to an email system.
The survey was conducted over a period of two weeks in the spring and summer of 2017, and was based on more than 1,000 people who were asked to fill in a survey question and give their email address and password.
The email service provided information about the respondents age, gender, ethnicity, region, occupation and income.
The Irish Sun surveyed people aged between 18 and 74 and also looked at the people who had previously sent an email to someone who didn’t respond to it.
According to The Irish News, those who had sent an unreturned email in the previous week were more likely to consider returning to an account, while those who sent emails in the past week were slightly more likely than those who didn´t send emails to decide to change their email.
The study also found that people who use email to check the health of the system were more inclined to consider changing it.
“The more people are relying on the system to be able to get information about themselves and their health, the more likely it is that they will start to consider switching over,” said the survey author, Clare O’Shea.
“So if you are a current user of the email service, consider taking action now to make sure your email is being kept up to date, secure and not a trap.”
The poll found that about half of people who have used the email system said that they did not have a personal email, and more than a third of respondents had a mobile phone.
O’Sheay said that there was no doubt that people were struggling to keep up with the pace of change in email, particularly as more people moved away from their email inboxes.
“It is not a secret that people are using email in ways that they don’t realise they are doing, and there are many people who don’t understand the difference between the two,” she said.
“I do think that the email systems have changed and people have become aware of how to deal with them, and we need to keep doing that.”
There are still people who are not doing this, who don´t realise that they have to use the email services for work or personal use, and are not even aware that they need to look at it.
“O’Malley said that the Irish government should take the opportunity to address the concerns of its own people and address the growing trend of email spam.”
The survey was published on Tuesday.”
The government needs to make this very clear, that it recognises that there is a growing trend in spam, and that they should address it.”
The survey was published on Tuesday.