Keep e-mail from overtaking your life

To avoid being the person who checks work e-mail at the dinner table, establish separate accounts for work and personal e-mails, and skim your inbox to do a preliminary sort before taking action, Megan Wittenberger writes. Use folders to route certain e-mails automatically as a way to preserve your inbox for customers and top-ranking employees.

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