rconner Posted February 11, 2009 Share Posted February 11, 2009 Blog post seen on Yahoo from Christopher Null (whose name sounds like that of a 1980s punk singer) -- Nielsen (the TV ratings people) are trying to improve efficiency by turning off the "reply-all" feature of MS Look out! Outlook Nielsen says this will save server space and time spent on behalf of users who have to waste up to three seconds deleting irrelevant messages. Of course, it will take significantly more time for senders to manually add recipients, or copy and paste them from a previous email, when messages do need to involve multiple people. I expect Nielsen employees should also probably expect to spend more time in physical meetings as they'll get less done electronically.I can sympathize with them, we had an incident at work where somebody copied all 2,000+ people here, followed by a parade of other clowns who also "reply-all'd" to tell him to stop. It took a whole morning for ths storm to subside. -- rick Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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