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What's In Steve Ballmer's Inbox? 93

Posted by timothy
from the a-lot-of-splinters dept.
Barence writes "When Microsoft last year launched Outlook.com, the company carelessly left the SteveBallmer@Outlook.com address vacant. It was snapped up by the editor of PC Pro, giving an insight into the type of emails the public sends to the Microsoft CEO. Among the messages sent to the account are complaints about the Windows 8 interface, a plea from someone who was 'literally driven crazy' by Windows Server product keys, and someone who wants Windows Phone's calendar to remind him when he's being paid. There's also a more sinister complaint from someone who claims they were the victim of racial discrimination when applying for a job at a Microsoft Store."
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What's In Steve Ballmer's Inbox?

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  • Windoh's 8 (Score:2, Insightful)

    by davydagger (2566757) on Thursday January 03, 2013 @08:56AM (#42461179)
    "Three out of the four genuine emails I’ve received for Mr Ballmer could be classified as complaints, or “constructive feedback” if you’re being generous. "

    Stick a fork in it, its done. The curse of the even number'ed windows version lives on.

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