I'm way behind in processing due to an acknowledged overload of work, which I'm told isn't likely to abate until end of June this year. I thought about doing some processing catchup at home - using my laptop, in front of the TV it will hardly feel like work. But the problem is I have limited network connectivity, I can access my emails fine, but other connections to the network drives, and software such as adobe acrobat only seems to work intermittently via remote access. For example I got an email about a data migration project that might affect me, but the email contains several links to the detailed project info that fails to open. So should I just leave this in my inbox until I'm back in the office, or make a NA to check the links next time I'm in the office and get it out of my inbox while I'm at home? I'm a bit concerned that if I move things like this out of the inbox while they're not fully processed I might miss things. But if I leave it in the inbox I might not catchup until later anyway and seeing 752 emails in my inbox is stressing me out.