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Types of communication involving the care of the children, should have been addressed in the custody/divorce proceedings. It is not uncommon for email to be used, as well as texts messages, in the event that the parties are unable to communicate over the phone. Unless there is an order by the court, allowing ONLY email, you have no obligation to agree/rely on that sole method. As you stated above, you do not always have access and there are things which need immediate attention. As such, text messages or a phone call is appropriate, when needed.