This is the most common use of secret
letters. You are concerned that an issue, a policy, or a project
is not being addressed and yet you do not want to be involved.
The reason can be that you would been seen as crossing your boss
if this was so, or merely because it might be better addressed if
seen to be raised from outside the organization. You may modify
the letter which appears below in any way you see fit. Put the
email in the first box. Hit SEND.
To email (email@example.com) be careful with typing
to make the most effective secret
message, do not refer to something easily related to yourself.
Don't say,"You stupid butt!" if that is what you always
call the person.
I do not think that the IT department should become the company censor, because someone's PC might get sick. They get sick from just wearing out.And crash for no reason.So you must get involved to stop the idea that no incoming emails should be allowed. Thanks. Message box