I agree there too but, since it looks like his email client isn't smart
enough to recognise who has received the message, its not likely to give him
the ability to set a rule saying who not to send it to. Ideally of course,
the guy should have disabled delivery of messages for the duration of his
being away from the office.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ross Lynch [mailto:kernel at esatclear.ie]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2001 10:23 AM
> To: Noel Carroll; social at linux.ie> Subject: RE: [ILUG-Social] (no subject)
>>>> > No, they're fine and useful in a business
> > sense, as long as the email client
> > is smart enough to know that its sent a
> > notification to this address
> > already.
>> Nah, I disagree. Why would hundreds of arbitrary
> people care if he's in the office or not? They're
> really only useful and appropriate when someone
> mails him directly, IMO.
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