I like getting mail. It’s tidy. It’s limited to a few pieces a day (for me, personally). And it’s quick to sort through it (if I’m diligent enough to do it).
Email, though. That’s a whole different animal. There is no centralized email delivery – it could come at any time of any day.
Sundays off? I don’t think so.
The best you could hope for is a power outage, but even then, it’s just building up.
Delete an email, seventeen more come in. Overnight, early morning, lunch. Whenever.
I rail against email a lot, but it is invariably a time-sucking process; often unavoidable, but with huge potential to sap away precious hours. My hours, and yours.