[jadmin] User Rights and Prevention
PaulC at Car-Part.com
Thu Oct 6 10:32:27 CDT 2005
Also, as long as you don't have other transports enabled, i can't
imagine it would be that big of a deal. At least they're not
conglomerating around the water cooler, men's room, or break room
anymore. they are at their desks where they can receive calls, read
emails, etc. Its called multitasking and I'm pretty sure most people can
do it :)
Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> Κώστας Θουκυδίδης wrote:
>> Due to corporate bullshit, they are thinking of making me shut down
>> the server I just recently configured. They believe that users are
>> wasting time on chat (nevermind that I only installed exodus on
>> select users and most of them don't even have anyone in their contact
>> list but me).
> Sounds like it's time for a new job. ;-)
>> So now I find that I need to convince them that users will not be
>> chatting or messaging each other if needed.(nevermind the fact that
>> they can do that with email anyway).
> God forbid that employees should communicate with each other!
>> I need to know if there is a way to : * prevent a user from using the
>> chat function * Allow the user to message only specific users *
>> Prevent the user from adding new contacts to his/her list (this is
>> probably exodus related but if you know...)
> What's the point of IM then?
>> And really any other relative prevention method you can think off.
>> Also if you can think of any good reasons on why an IM system is good
>> for the workplace, I would appreciate it.
> Well, all the Wall Street investment banks use it for their trading
> desks so that they can make lots of money (for example).
> Forward-thinking organizations all over the world are using IM to be
> more productive and gain competitive advantage. Unfortunately, the
> corporation you work for does not seem to be a forward-thinking
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