I have a customer that had the exact same scenario happen where changes to
the benefits plan were mailed out to all employees and an employee did a
reply to all with details about their specific health scenario. Because
your request isn't implemented, I ended up writing code for them to
prevent that situation from happening. It will be interesting to see if
this one makes it into the development budget.

Kim Greene Consulting, Inc.
iSeries Domino consulting, education, and performance
(507) 367-2888

From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
To: Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400 <domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 09/02/2010 07:32 AM
Subject: Re: Notes/Domino version of IBM i Request for Design
Sent by: domino400-bounces+kim=kimgreene.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx

I submitted a DCR via the process used for changes to the os on i. The
person in charge of that got a huge chuckle out of it but thought I needed

to submit it via Lotus but he knew not of any process they use.

What I am asking for is a way to stamp an outbound email as to not allow
"reply to all". The example I used was:
From: Personnel Guy
To: All
Subject: New benefits plan
Body: ...

Reply to all
From: Ima Loser
Subject: Re: New benefits plan
Body: What about my syphilis claim? How's that coming along?

We can already stamp emails as return receipt and other stuff. I would
like the ability to stamp email as to not allow "reply to all".

Yes, I release that this is not a platform specific request.

Rob Berendt

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