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Daimler's Solution For Annoying Out-of-office Email: Delete It 232

Posted by samzenpus
from the keep-your-away-messages-to-yourself dept.
AmiMoJo writes Sure, you can set an out-of-office auto-reply to let others know they shouldn't email you, but that doesn't usually stop the messages; you may still have to handle those urgent-but-not-really requests while you're on vacation. That's not a problem if you work at Daimler, though. The German automaker recently installed software that not only auto-replies to email sent while staff is away, but deletes it outright.
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Daimler's Solution For Annoying Out-of-office Email: Delete It

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