keep in mind, that we can't process your emails unless they're in our inbox.

don't forget to "update"
Where is my email?
Email is "SENT" but, where is my post?
Email doesn't just go from point A to point B.  It hops along a network path between nodes.

Some of these nodes (routers) will just forward the network traffic to the next node. Some of the nodes (email servers) will store the email in a queue for dissemination to the next hop.

It is impossible to predict the length of time an email will take to get from point A to point B as there are too many unknown variables
How Fast is email?
It's pretty fast, but not really super fast, sometimes slow, every once in a while really slow, but not too often.

An email makes it to the other side of the planet roughly, at the speed of electricity.
The word electricity refers generally to the movement of electrons (or other charge carriers) through a conductor in the presence of potential and an electric field. The speed of this flow has multiple meanings. In everyday electrical and electronic devices, the signals or energy travel as electromagnetic waves typically on the order of 50%–99% of the speed of light, while the electrons themselves move (drift) much more slowly.
speed of light:
Miles per second: 186,000
  Miles per hour: 671 million

From Sun to Earth (1 AU): 8.3 min