Digital communication technologies make our lives so much easier—except when they don't. Sometimes accidentally clicking a button on auto-pilot can transform a regular day into a psychological hellscape. And few digital features have ruined more days/lives than the "reply all" button in an e-mail. Seriously, that button should come with a WARNING. Because some e-mails are really only intended for one person, and not your group of friends, address book, or entire company.
1.) From needsmoresteel:
An Excel sheet containing a LOT of salary information. And then another one following it to say don't open that first one and to just delete it. Nope, curiosity not piqued..... not at all.
2.) From Slytherintensity:
Former admin at my old job received an email from my boss with an attachment and the note "send this (attachment) to that stupid f*cking idiot (client)." she forwarded the email straight to the client. That's why she was the former admin. To be fair, he(boss)was terrible dick, but still......