ALAA Roots — An Unofficial Site

May 3, 2004

2004.05.03: Re: Antiwar Bulletin

Filed under: 9/11,Antiwar,Free Speech,International Human Rights — nyclaw01 @ 2:14 pm

From: Michael Letwin
Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 2:14 PM
To: Susan Morris
Subject: Re: Antiwar Bulletin

Thank you!

>>> Susan  Morris 5/3/2004 2:09:25 PM >>>

Management has attempted to severely limit our use, as individuals and as a union, of the email system. A number of grievances challenging those limitations have been begun and are currently active grievances.

We must not allow management to win this battle. We cannot allow capricious and arbitrary determinations of what is and isn’t work-related by the irresponsible members of management, who have repeatedly shown nothing but indifference to the needs of our clients.

There *is* a way to send emails directly to your trash, according to author, subject matter, etc. Go to the “Tools” option on your uppermost taskbar, then click on “Rules.” Follow the instructions, or ask someone in your office to assist you with the remaining steps. (This is the process used by folks who go on vacations, leave, etc. where they post “automatic reply” emails.)

>>> [T.] 5/3/2004 1:57:36 PM >>>

Weren’t we supposed to cease our use of the Legal Aid email system for personal and/or political agendas unrelated to anything Legal Aid and the work we do here?

Is there a way to have an “ignore” button? or a filter to put these emails in my immediate “junk mail” box?

>>> Michael Letwin 4/29/2004 12:43:09 PM >>>


1. Urgent Response to U.S. Attacks in Iraq

2. Useful Links




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