[LINK] Whacky Disclaimers again
jwhit at melbpc.org.au
Sat Jun 14 16:02:29 AEST 2008
At 03:23 PM 14/06/2008, Adam Todd wrote:
> > And why do I have to return the email to the originator if it's not
> > for me? That just seems silly.
I've had two situations of 'uh-oh' messages by two people who work in
government recently. One was from a council staffer and the other
from a state govt type. Both sent 'Recall' emails after sending. I
laughed and wrote back to the state guy saying: 'You're joking,
right?' He didn't reply. I know we've all done it, but when the idiot
who figures out their error and then seriously thinks a message with
'recall' in the subject line actually does anything, I lose the
little respect I thought I had in the first place.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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