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"Roger Bombardier Jr." <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 11 Aug 2006 09:25:51 -0400
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Hi Henri,

I don't have time to read your e-mail right now, I'll print it out and 
read it later. :-)

-Roger

Henrietta M. Menzies wrote:
> Alas so much for a paper free work environment huh Geoff?
>
> :)
>
> Henrie
>
> Geoffrey Duke wrote:
>> Yesterday, thanks to the new Printer Consumables Conservation 
>> Program, our print server processed 28% few jobs than it had earlier 
>> this week [1]. We are confident that continuation of this program 
>> would contribute to cost savings and a cleaner, healthier, and more 
>> sustainable work environment.
>>  
>> However, the program was greeted with less enthusiasm than we were 
>> hoping. After some quickly arranged interviews with members of the 
>> community, we have decided to re-evaluate the methods of our program. 
>> Reliable printing service has been restored.
>>  
>> As of 9:15 am today, we have processed 425 jobs successfully.
>>  
>> --Geoff
>>  
>> PS. Maybe we need a good slogan; "Printer Free Day" or "Just say no 
>> to printing"
>>  
>> PPS. This is my Friday morning way of saying that the printing issue 
>> has been resolved. Thanks for your indulgence.
>>  
>> [1] The mean number of jobs printed each day, Monday through 
>> Wednesday, was 2701. On Thursday, 1952 jobs were processed.
>

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