I'm living in Indonesia and I still get paper printed tickets when flying here after booking at a brick & mortar agency, however I am sure they are also registered in their systems so it depends on what you classify as e-ticket. But I personally do not get any electronic ticket.
That is for domestic flights, I have not booked any international flights at local agencies. But 2,5 years ago I did buy a ticket out of the country (though only a short flight to Kuala Lumpur) at an official airline office and also got a printed ticket. I don't think I had to leave an e-mail address but my memory of that is a bit fuzzy and it's a long time ago anyway so it might not be relevant anymore.