On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 05:38:16PM +0000, Tom Davies wrote:
Almost every office user i know (at least the few that use email) posts at the
top of mails and leaves the previous posts dangling downwards along with any
signatures. Some corporate users get all the previous thread deleted off the
bottom and a disclaimer added to the bottom. So, at best they stick with the
defaults, the easiest thing.
The question is how much we want to alienate first-time users and office users?
Who is more important to please, 'geeks' or potential new users?
Is there something wrong with educating new users?
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