So I was trying to get an urgent message to a couple Hill staffers about this mornings first ever ‘Blog Row‘ on Capitol Hill. I was in fact replying to one of the messages I received about attending. I replied in plain text, and with no attachments…
To my surprise my reply was bounced – several times.
- SMTP error from remote mail server after end of data:
Message contains prohibited subject. Message rejected. Contact the intended recipient for an alternative method to transmit message. This subject may contain a virus.What, you might ask, was the subject?
- Re: Details for Tomorrows BLOG ROW
Anyone want to take a guess at which of those words I had to remove to get the message delivered?