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feature articles most recent articles unstructured data the 3,000 mile commute a case of denial healthcare can make you sick a font of misery the helpful manager 'twas the night before go-live the call of the 90s codesod most recent articles popping a plister eventful timing extended conditions mapping every possibility sche-ma do you think this is a game? 1 moment in time recycled code error'd most recent articles nicht gesprochen banking on the information super highway errors for everyone! what's my age again? now playing - exception, the movie null and vague lenovo uh-oh (and more!) actually, my father was a folding chair forums other articles random article other series alex's soapbox announcements best of… best of email best of the sidebar bring your own code coded smorgasbord mandatory fun day off topic representative line news roundup editor's soapbox souvenir potpourri tales from the interview the daily wtf: live virtudyne feature articles codesod error'd forums other articles random article wtf is the daily wtf founded in 2004 by alex papadimoulis, the daily wtf is your how-not-to guide for developing software. we recount tales of disastrous development, from project management gone spectacularly bad to inexplicable coding choices. remy porter is the editor-in-chief and needs to read your story or see your bad code. submit your wtf contents random article classic articles the brillant paula bean get_words_from_a_number_which_is_passed_as_a_perimeter_into_this_function special delivery radio wtf: make it work itappmonrobot the call of codethulhu the big red button happy merge day! add your favorite... article archives sidebar wtf file_not_found sponsors these fine folks make it possible to run the daily wtf. wtf chat the daily wtf has an irc channel #thedailywtf on the freenode irc network where you can find regulars visiting the site. you can join in through your browser by using the webchat or by connecting with an irc client. the mailing list by remy porter in best of email on 2017-01-23 the best of email feature is not one that gets a lot of traffic these days, but this particular submission couldn’t fit anywhere else. it started when justus got a ticket: “customer spam filters are blocking our emails”. how on earth was he going to fix customer spam filters? he almost replied as much to the ticket, when he noticed that the end user had helpfully attached a sample email. this was the “to” line… and i present it here in its entirety, exactly as supplied by justus. i apologize to mobile users in advance: 22 comments - 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