A Small Tip

If you use one e-mail application to send both Work and Personal e-mail, make sure you choose your work address before sending a big long technical e-mail to the world… Today just gets better and better.

Categorized as computing

By Kevin Lawver

Web developer, Software Engineer @ Gusto, Co-founder @ TechSAV, husband, father, aspiring social capitalist and troublemaker.


  1. Give! Give! Details!
    Who…and what…did you mail when you didn’t intend to?
    And why don’t you use separate mail clients for work and business? 😉

  2. Second question first – I was playing with using Mozilla for all my mail. I hadn’t switched my work e-mail to be the default e-mail address… I’m retarded. I went back to using two separate e-mail clients – one for work and one for personal stuff.
    It was pretty much the whole project team (like 15 people) on this top secret (well, outside the company it’s a secret – we talk about it all the time with anyone who will listen) project I’m working on.

  3. Hey, when I tracked packages for UPS I got a call from the Pentagon; some US Navy Captain had lost a package of “documents” and I jokingly asked him if they were classified. He paused and said, “No comment.” Scary.

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