1) A common ordinary experience (an employee leaving and a new employee
coming in) has someone working in the registry because there is no easy way
to changeover the ownership of the objects. Apparently one can not easily
just add another user to the PC and have the PC work properly?
2) Was the file deleted? Apparently not. Apparently it just sort of
disappeared?
3) Would a backup have in any way solved this problem?
4) Why would anyone defend a design choice that causes unexpected user
errors to regularly and predictably bring the system to its knees? No one
but Microsoft is allowed to get away with that. I am not allowed to put out
work like that and get paid, and I don't even work in the operating system.
 
  
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Booth Martin http://www.MartinVT.com
Booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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-------Original Message-------
 
From: PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users
Date: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 09:53:28
To: 'PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users'
Subject: RE: [PcTech] Microsoft Outlook .PST file gone...
 
>From: Booth Martin [mailto:Booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
>ah, the wonders of Windows. :)
 
OK, sorry but I can't let this go.
 
Booth, in what way, shape or form is the deletion (possible deletion?
Hopefully not Chuck) of a file where no backup was taken window's fault?
 
-Walden
 
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