A user recently asked for a particularly inane and silly thing to be added to their mail file buttons. The request was dealt with in a professional and prompt manner before being ripped up, soaked in petrol and set on fire in the car park as the Help Deskers danced naked around it singing rude songs about user idiocy.
On this particular occasion it was felt that "action" needed to be taken so the user recieved this email in his inbox -
as part of our belt tightening and cost cutting corporate wide programs it has been decided that as part of Directive 22C-#A100 that all employees should now use both sides of an email.
This will significantly reduce overhead and will contribute greatly to the company's plan to be totally green by April 2010. To facilitate this you will see a "RECYCLE" button at the top of your Inbox, please were ever possible use this when creating a new mail.
Our development team have created encryption techniques that totally obfuscate the other side of the email so there is zero risk of sensitive mails being read by unauthorized personnel.
Your immediate co-operation is expected and appreciated,
The ****** Collaboration Team"
The button was duly added to the mail file template with a simple @command ([compose];"memo") behind it
To the reporters knowledge the user is using the "other" side of emails even now much to the amusement of the team of BOFHs