Unformatted text preview: be subjective, and one person might not understand the urgency of a need, and if Friday is a no email day, things could get really backed up. 3. I see how he was thinking, but the problem is that most COO`s do not understand what goes on in the “trenches” and to make a blanket statement like “No email Friday” in my opinion is a mistake. I get that none work related banter on email can clog servers, but depending on band width, this should not be a problem. 4. In the most basic sense, they could have there IT department regulate SPAM emails, and also put a limit to how much no official business email takes place. Also putting size limits on inbox’s and sent items would help....
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- Spring '11
- E-mail, Snail mail, E-mail spam, official business email