Only the best can be a network manager
Most somewhat capable people know that their mail program needs to notify a sender only once. Apparently, one such network manager configured her program to autoreply to every email that she's out of town until tomorrow. So, each time an email gets sent to network managers, we get one autoreply.
Problem #1: On top of Meeting Manager not working today, a whole new discussion opened up on what to do with these autoreplys that are being sent to all on the listserv. So, the number of emails on this listserv doubled today with those damn autoreplys.
Problem #2: When a net manager opened up a discussion about the damn autoreplys, a listserv manager claimed that her address was blocked. So when my inbox chimed, three emails from the same sender on the listserv with the same damn autoreply message.
I don't feel any sympathy for her when she checks her email tomorrow. I refrained from taking this email address and signing it up for lots of junk mails, but if anyone else wants to, I'll gladly provide it.