We recently installed a new version of our antivirus/antispam suite at work, and in this piece of software are entire lists of sort of "banned" words that cause the sender or receipient of an email to get a message like:
"The server thinks you're a bad person because you're a RACIST and or you use PROFANITY and maybe you'd like to get some FUCKING MANNERS."
Anyway, these lists are quite humorous for the words included - words you never knew were offensive, but then again, you're probably white. So take that, you old NORDSTROM HANGER.
The worst part of the whole thing is chasing down the offensive emails - "I didn't get so and so and why?" and the next thing you know you're reading about someone's secret affair with god knows who. Well, that hasn't happened yet, but it could. And what would I DO WITH THAT INFORMATION? My head might explode.
I suggested sending out a warning to all parties - a message that basically says "hey, we're perfectly within our rights to read your email, and now we're going to actually be doing it" but it was met with apathy. I guess you should know better, YELLOW CAB.
Yellow cab? Seriously?