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Re: Delinquent quarterly reports

Poster: "H L. Falls" <hlf@holmes.acc.virginia.edu>

> Poster: Becky McEllistrem <beckymc@MICROSOFT.com>
> > Why the heck do we always have to call people?  Postcards are quick and
> > cheap.  (I'm assuming not everyone has access to email.)  Also, snail mail
> > isn't really always that slow, and unless we're talking seneschales and
> > exchequers here, the house ain't gonna burn down if it takes a couple of
> > days.
> > 
> > Besides, it gives you something tangible to put in your files.
> > 
> 	And is a good idea for the first try but you want to give that 
> 	local officer as much time as possible and you want to hear for
> yourself.  There are
> 	too many times when "it must have gotten lost in the mail" or other
> reasons and a
> 	phone call is a way of being SURE the message didn't get lost in the
> mail.  Sure
> 	certified letters work but now you're talking about signatures and
> more money.
> 	Rebecca 

   Or corner 'em at an event.  It's hardly a life-and-death matter that
*has* to be solved Right Now... (or as Miri says "the house ain't gonna
burn down..." :-)

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