We have witnessed an instance where a confidential email was sent and received by users who should not have done so.
On checking, both the sender and the errant recipient were included in the bcc field. The sender is adamant that they did not include any bcc's, and would not bcc themselves in any case.
Other than what would have to be a string of misplaced keystrokes, or a brain malfunction on the part of the sender, does anyone know of a logical reason that could explain this?
We are using Exchange 2007 with Outlook 2007 as a client
All helpful comments welcomed, even if it is just to indicate that there is no logical explanation, or this has/has not been witnessed elsewhere.