Copying a message to everyone in the office is bad behaviour and a career-limiting move, but often produces amusing results for those of us looking on. What's the most extreme example you've experienced?
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At Mumbrella, Cathie McGinn shares a professionally embarrassing moment for one sender at (now-defunct) ad agency Photon, where staff were apparently often hired for their looks rather than their abilities:
There was a disproportionately large number of very pretty women with no clearly defined role. I remember one executive assistant sending an all staff email to ask the entire company how you entered a number in an Excel spreadsheet.
Seen worse than that? Tell us about it in the comments.