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Originally posted by filetmerlot:
100, about a days worth
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is this your work email? Do people really expect you to sit down and reply to emails all day?
1284 right now, 72 unread.
Lotus Notes stats indicate that I receive/send (mostly receive) on average between 1700 and 2500 work-related emails a week, and I need to archive at least once, sometimes twice a day. I have a very bittersweet relationship with my Blackberry...
I archive almost everything (never know when you might need that paper-trail), but at the end of each year, I delete everything that dates back more than 2 years.
Overwhelmed by such numbers, superiors and staff get priority. I do have a few colleagues I watch out for, because they usually have important stuff. Everybody else? If it's that important, they'll track me down in person. Even if I'd spend just 60 seconds reading the other emails and writing back that I can't tackle their issue right now, I'd spend 3+ hours just doing that.
1326 - but that counts all my folders etc. I think the system achieves them off every 6 weeks. Maybe 90 days. I forget. And yes I think people do except me to read and answer email all day. Only 10 unread sometimes it is more like 270 unread.
In my Inbox: 249
Total (not including deleted): 2312 in 14 files.
The artist formerly known as thickasabrick.
"If you're gonna be stupid, you better be tough." - Jerry Price
Only 41. But that's just the new, fresh incoming mail.
I'm sure I have many thousands in other mailbox folders.
I "file" all my messages after I've acted on them -- either into the trash, a customer folder, personal mail, receipts, etc. At the end of the day I go through whatever's left in my Inbox, and either take care of it (answer it, do a task) or put it on my list for tomorrow.
I have a spam folder that does a pretty thorough job of picking up the spam, and about once a day I give that a quick glance to be sure there's nothing there that ISN'T Spam, then I delete those messages.
18. I run my inbox like Arrojo.
Here is a sample:
Carson - can I send the Omgeo Workstation 2.0 work your way? From the below e-mail I believe Mark may lead this one.
Stephanie also had some info on the connectivity options since using the DTC line for this would not be supported. The options are VPN and dial-up. I did contact Joe Blow from Infrastructure Engineering and he gave us Tom Thumb to work with on this setup if we go down the VPN path.
See the attached e-mail below from Stephanie. I believe this has some "basic" info on the supported connectivity options.
- Names edited to protect the innocent.