RE: Stupid Email

2001-01-26 Thread Matthews Simon
Don't listen to this man. His job title may include the word "manager" but he never has or never will be a "manager" in this context. He's far too intelligent for a start :-)= Too kind. I usually have to blow my own trumpet. It's always nice to have someone else blow it for

RE: Stupid Email

2001-01-26 Thread Jonathan Stowe
On Fri, 26 Jan 2001, Matthews Simon wrote: Don't listen to this man. His job title may include the word "manager" but he never has or never will be a "manager" in this context. He's far too intelligent for a start :-)= Too kind. I usually have to blow my own trumpet.

Re: Stupid Email

2001-01-26 Thread Chris Benson
On Wed, Jan 24, 2001 at 11:58:14AM +, Michael Stevens wrote: On Wed, Jan 24, 2001 at 11:32:58AM +, Andy Wardley wrote: There was a moral in this story but I forgot it in the process of rambling on. Probably something about munging Reply-To, or putting all middle management up

Re: Stupid Email

2001-01-24 Thread Michael Stevens
On Wed, Jan 24, 2001 at 11:32:58AM +, Andy Wardley wrote: There was a moral in this story but I forgot it in the process of rambling on. Probably something about munging Reply-To, or putting all middle management up against a wall and shooting them (which ICL did a short while later).

Re: Stupid Email

2001-01-24 Thread Andy Wardley
On Jan 24, 11:07am, Dave Hodgkinson wrote: The line I heard was "they decided to line up all the inept middle managers at ICL up aganst a wall but they couldn't find a wll long enough..." That's frighteningly close to being true. I worked at ICL Bracknell 01, the large building you see

Re: Stupid Email

2001-01-24 Thread Jonathan Stowe
On Wed, 24 Jan 2001, Andy Wardley wrote: Meanwhile, the usual bunch of know-nothing, self-important idiots with nothing better to do (i.e. failed middle management moved sideways to another middle managment position) starting sending replies to everyone demanding that they stop being sent