On September 3, kevin at suberic.net said:
>> dunno about ruairi, but it's been the experience of myself and several
> others at work that instructing outlook users on how to use the "advanced
> features" of their mail client is somewhat akin to teaching fish to walk.
> it's incredibly hard and for some reason - successful or not - at the
> end of the process it's *you* who looks like an idiot.
I've found it's far easier to just deal with the madness than try to
counteract it. As Kevin says, it /so/ sells your supposedly superior
linux system to non-linux folk when you send them emails about how
they should only send you text...
waider at waider.ie / Yes, it /is/ very personal of me.
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