Inspired by @ducban ‘s tweet
Wait, is that a typo? It should have been: “It’s too late to apologize” People make mistakes sometimes. But for Caravat.com, an exclusive network for business leaders and industry experts, that was such a shame.
Firstly, they sent out a total number of 15 messages on Nov 25 with the same content informing members of peers’ updates. For Gmail users, that wasn’t a problem because all of them were packaged into one thread only. This is why I love Gmail. But for an executive to have received that “much” information, they wouldn’t have liked it. It was not difficult to see there was something wrong with the server and the spamming was a sign of system instability. But do the high-profilers care? I guess not.
The next day, Caravat CEO sent out another message to appologize for any inconvenience that might have been caused. Well, did they use a spellchecker? [For a blogger it is even unacceptable to commit typos, tough job ]
The letter read:
As Caravat community becomes much more active recently, we notice that there’re still some system errors, for instant yesterday morning, you might receive more than one Caravat Broadcast emails with the same content.We do appology for any inconvenience that may cause and thank you for your support.Best regards,