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» VIEW ALL POSTS Dec 21 2007   2:11AM GMT

Overheard: Let’s all declare email bankruptcy and start over January 1



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
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anne-zelenka.jpg Did you ever wish you could delete all your email without responding? Maybe you can. It’s called email bankruptcy. You realize you are never going to dig yourself out from under the pile of email in your inbox so you just declare that you won’t. You start afresh.

Anne Zelenka, Before You Declare Email Bankruptcy…

I got another notification this morning that my mailbox is over its limit. Geesh. One of the best Facebook wall posts I read this year was from a developer at Microsoft who said that his mailbox is so out of control that he just periodically wipes everything out and just starts again — and if I wanted directions for how to do that, to email him. :-)

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