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Thread: User insight

  1. #1
    GofBorg NNTP User

    User insight

    I just had a comment form and end user that I thought
    was rather inspired, I know it rarely happens, but nevertheless.

    We had a situation where an email was deleted and removed from
    trash. Now I recently bought a piece of software to address this
    very issue. Sort of functions like Netware's Salvage utility (but
    not as good obviously). In any case, it allows me to recover emails
    that were once assigned to Davey Jones' locker. Now here's where
    the observation comes in.

    "If we are deleting emails, and they are still there aren't they
    still taking up space which is the reason why we delete them?"

    Not bad.

  2. #2
    laurabuckley NNTP User

    Re: User insight


    Very intelligent end user - are rare occurrence!


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  3. #3
    Stevo NNTP User

    Re: User insight

    GofBorg sounds like they 'said':

    > "If we are deleting emails, and they are still there aren't they
    > still taking up space which is the reason why we delete them?"
    >
    > Not bad.


    So my response to GofBorg's comment is...

    Wow, I'm impressed. You give this user a pat on the back? <G>

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    Stevo

  4. #4
    Bob Crandell NNTP User

    Re: User insight

    On Fri, 24 May 2013 08:46:01 +0000, laurabuckley wrote:

    > Very intelligent end user - are rare occurrence!


    "are" indicates more than one. Do you have any evidence there are more
    than one intelligent user?


    Maybe he found the only one and that user needs to be captured and
    studied.

  5. #5
    GofBorg NNTP User

    Re: User insight

    > Maybe he found the only one and that user needs to be captured and
    > studied.


    Don't get too excited, see my post today.

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