I do not think either of you are actually reading what I wrote and taking
the time to understand what I have been trying to say:
I had no idea what he is saying - it was all Greek to me. If I understood
what he was saying then maybe I could do the right thing. He used phrases
that I do not understand and instructions that made no sense to me. I
apologize for being so ignorant. But when I explained to him the first
time that I did not understand he made no effort to explain himself in
terms that non-IT people could understand. Instead he was condescending,
unhelpful and therefore rude. I do not know the difference between
development and plugins - I did not know who to contact or how.
I deal with customers all the time in my business and make every effort to
be polite, friendly, and helpful and never make
them feel stupid or
ignorant. His manner of interaction was quite the opposite in my opinion.
Paul may have indeed spent a lot of time helping others but he was not
polite, friendly, or helpful to me. Much more time has been wasted than
necessary by engaging in this unpleasant dialogue instead of providing
helpful and clear information at the first inquiry. I twice asked for
help and both times was given a terse, unfriendly, and unhelpful response.
At that point I expressed my dismay. I am not sure how you see the need
for an apology from me.
If someone would simply instruct me about who to contact and how then that
would actually get us somewhere.
> You sent your support question to a development mailing list. I found your
> continued misuse when informed to be rude and arrogant.
> To chastise Paul who has spent countless hours helping the community
> beyond words. If we wasted our time with folks like you development would
> stop and good folks would quit.
> An apology is in order.
> email@example.com wrote:
> Dear Paul,
> I cannot imagine a more rude, unhelpful, and arrogant pair of responses.
> Perhaps there is some major trauma in your life and this is affecting the
> way you interact with people but it is not really directed at them.
> Take a good look in a mirror.
> Hope you can turn it around for your sake.
>> On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 4:26 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Hi Paul,
>>> Thank you for your quick reply. Unfortunately what you wrote is all
>>> to me. I do not know what
top-post means (hope I am not doing that
>> You are. The words are self-descriptive, but when you subscribed to
>> this mailing list you received a message that told you you needed to
>> read the posting guidelines.
>>> I do not think I am running server-side filtering software but I am not
>>> sure. Part of the time I am using Sq mail I am at home and connect to
>>> internet via AT&T U-verse. The rest of the time I am at work at Baylor
>>> College of Medicine (BCM) and am connecting to the internet through
>>> data lines. I do not know if either AT&T or BCM is running server-side
>>> filtering software.
>> SquirrelMail is not your service provider. You'll need to ask your
>> service provider for support. Please see:
>>> I am getting so much viagra and other related spam that it is really
>>> annoying and would love to be able to set up a few filters to get rid
>>> at least some of it.
>> Your service provider should do a better job of spam filtering.
>> Paul Lesniewski
>> SquirrelMail Team
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