Working holidays?

Michael Osterman of Osterman Research,writing in Network World, describes survey results from a study about e-mailmanagement.  The survey specifically covered Exchange managers.While I'm deliberately not setting thisblog up as a Domino vs. Exchange posting, I am curious about this quote:Manye-mail managers spend some or all of their holidays working to resolvee-mail problems. Over the past two years, 42% of respondents spent at leastpart of their Christmas day resolving e-mail problems; 55% spent at leastpart of Thanksgiving doing so; and 58% spent the Fourth of July workingon e-mail.I, um, hope you all had a good Christmas,beloved Domino customers....right?Link: NetworkWorld: Just how tough is it to manage e-mail?>

Michael Osterman of Osterman Research, writing in Network World, describes survey results from a study about e-mail management.  The survey specifically covered Exchange managers.

While I'm deliberately not setting this blog up as a Domino vs. Exchange posting, I am curious about this quote:

Many e-mail managers spend some or all of their holidays working to resolve e-mail problems. Over the past two years, 42% of respondents spent at least part of their Christmas day resolving e-mail problems; 55% spent at least part of Thanksgiving doing so; and 58% spent the Fourth of July working on e-mail.
I, um, hope you all had a good Christmas, beloved Domino customers....right?

Link: Network World: Just how tough is it to manage e-mail? >

Originally by Ed Brill from Ed Brill on December 29, 2005, 11:56am

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