Top posting in a meandeing thread was: Re: Fedora - time to blink

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Mon Nov 28 11:53:55 UTC 2011


Am 28.11.2011 12:47, schrieb Patrick O'Callaghan:
> 1) Business mail top-posts and quotes everything because that's the way
> Outlook works and to a significant percentage of business users
> "Outlook"and "Email" are synonyms. The single advantage to doing it this
> way is that you can shovel over an entire conversation to a co-worker in
> one Forward, and they get to see the whole context. Of course a properly
> managed archiving system wouldn't need that, but then you'd have to have
> competent system administrators, which apparently is too much to ask.

it may be off-topic but "you'd have to have competent system administrators"
is somehow arrogant - do YOU pay the hardware/configuration/adminstration of
a archiving system which is NOT needed?

even if you have one - you will grant access to partners involved in your
business communication? you won't and you must not!



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