Outstanding feature/fix requests?
Eric Dantan Rzewnicki
rzewnickie at RFA.ORG
Wed Mar 9 22:31:05 GMT 2005
On Wed, Mar 09, 2005 at 09:05:15PM +0100, Peter Bonivart wrote:
> Eric Dantan Rzewnicki wrote:
> >On Mon, Mar 07, 2005 at 12:24:53AM +0100, Peter Bonivart wrote:
> >>Dan Hollis wrote:
> >>>Yes, all our users are on the MS box. So you're saying it shouldn't be an
> >>>option even for those MS installations which do have all accounts on the
> >>>box? Because everyone doesn't have exactly the same setup, nobody should
> >>>have the option?
> >>I'm not in a position to either grant or deny you anything but I do
> >>think you belong to a minority to have a setup like that.
> >I just want to say that while those of you who are full time mail admins
> >at large sites have more time to participate in the MailScanner
> >community, there are many of us, I think, who have everything on one box
> >and only have time to drop in here when MailScanner needs upgrading.
> >Some of us have many other duties outside of mail. Just because we can't
> >spend as much time here doesn't mean we aren't using MailScanner.
> I'm not a full time mail admin either, I try hard to find time for both
> MS and the rest of the stuff I'm supposed to do. It's just that dealing
> with MS is so gratifying because users can really notice the difference
> it makes in such an important tool that e-mail is today. Therefor I
> spend my "free" time here on the list since it's not consider proper for
> me to post from my company address.
Cool. I spend my free time on linux audio lists for similar reasons. :)
I don't know if I could get my job done if I weren't allowed to post to
lists from work.
> Regarding the above issue Dan got a little hot but it's a non issue now
> since Julian has already implemented his wish, minority or not.
> Christmas comes early for some. :-)
All's well that ends well. :)
/me returns to lurk mode
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