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ssilva at sgvwater.com
Tue Feb 17 17:01:24 GMT 2009
on 2-17-2009 12:22 AM Glenn Steen spake the following:
> 2009/2/12 Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com>:
>> on 2-12-2009 5:53 AM Glenn Steen spake the following:
>>> 2009/2/12 Kai Schaetzl <maillists at conactive.com>:
>>>> You did notice that he already fiddled with that and it didn't work for
>>>> him? Why fiddle at all with this if you can skip scanning in MS very
>>> No, I missed that...:). Am in a state of chock, since my employer
>>> decided to lay off 1/3 of all employees... not me though.
>> Sometimes being "left behind" is just as bad. Now your remaining work force
>> has to do the work of those 1/3, but not get any more money!
> Yeah... and we need move to smaller facilities, since these offices
> are way to roomy. == more work... of the "manual labour" variant.
> Oh well. I guess I just have to get over it and get back to it all:).
> Cheers and thanks for the thought!
We are planning a move in June or July to a new facility at one of our
offices. A single building instead of the mix of 60 year old buildings we are
currently "shoehorned" into. I have servers stuffed in closets here and cat5
running in old conduits vacated by twinax cabling. So roomy isn't a word we
So I am planning for a several week migration just in case. I have to figure
out how to keep telephone and networking running between the new and the old
location. We have a 10 mb Tsunami radio link between the sites right now so I
will probably tunnel over that. The plus is I finally have a real server room,
so the equipment gets to "come out of the closet".
MailScanner is like deodorant...
You hope everybody uses it, and
you notice quickly if they don't!!!!
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