Out of office/vacation messages
simon.lockhart at bbc.co.uk
Thu Dec 25 20:46:32 UTC 2003
On Thu Dec 25, 2003 at 03:36:34PM -0500, Richard Welty wrote:
> nanog has a clear Precedence: bulk line in the header which is
> the defacto standard for handling this, so that can't be it.
> i think it's basically clueless IT staffs trying to reinvent a wheel
> that's been invented, usually badly, billions and billions of times
> over the past 30 or so years.
I don't think it's even that clever - I think it's just Out of Office
assistant in Exchange / Outlook, which replies blindly to every email it sees,
whether it's directly addressed to the recipient or not, whether it has
Precedence: set or not...
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