PRIMARY school kids do it, Prime Ministers try to do it and businesses are hooked on it. E-mailing is becoming the 21st century way to get in touch.
Nearly 19 million people in Britain now have their own address to send and receive e-mail. The phenomenon has grown massively in just the past year; 41 per cent of the UK public over 15 now have e-mail, compared to 11.2 per cent this time last year.
More than half of British youngsters think that this year, they will abandon the phone in favour of e-mail, a BT survey found last year.
All-in-all, one in five of us prefers e-mail to the traditional methods of communication.
And while most e-mailers …