Quoting Anders Holm <aholm at amazon.com>:
> A/ "Corporate Email" != Outlook in all cases.
In 90 % of the companies I have been in, yes.
> B/ If the rest of your team doesn't see the problem, we shall ban the
> rest of the world from posting (where "world" == Outlook users)?
> C/ Your customers have exactly _what_ to do with ILUG?
Nothing, but they are linux users who are often forced to use outlook too. The
ones who are not work perfectly well with quote-fix / outlook.
>> Q. So what the solution?
>> A. Do not post from outlook, use an alternative.
>> As you may notice, I am already ..
And I bet its a PITA replying to corporate top posted email then, Even with
quotefix, coz I use it myself.
> And those that may not have access to IRC to the rest of the world?
Exactly my point.
> Or is it? I'm sure there should be a "To Be Continued ..." sign here.
> As you might tell, I'm not in favour of blocking people from posting
> to ILUG. Education is the way to go, not locking them out ...
I like the list as it is, but people (on mailinglists such as ilug) should try
and understand the amount of pain felt when they have no choice but to post
Conor. - think I need to add more smilies in future.
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