Re: Mail Servers
On Tue, 19 Mar 2002 14:46, Jason Lim wrote:
> Mmm... but then, what if you ARE speaking for your company, but don't want
> that person to then send it off to their internal mailing list or
> something like that?
If a representative of vendor for a project I'm working on sends me an email
then I will forward it to my colleagues if it is appropriate. When at a
meeting with a vendor I'll read their notes (I'm reasonably good at reading
Some of my friends even take hidden tape recorders into meetings.
These things only become an issue when you have a rival consulting company on
site and they get a copy of the info. But the usual laws and contracts about
non-disclosure are good enough to deal with such situations. A sig line
really won't help.
If you send email to me or to a mailing list that I use which has >4 lines
of legalistic junk at the end then you are specifically authorizing me to do
whatever I wish with the message and all other messages from your domain, by
posting the message you agree that your long legalistic sig is void.