So I use Gmail as my primary email, I have Yahoo & Hotmail accounts too, but mostly use those as spam catchers. In theory I have an email through my ISP, but I’ve never used it. Yesterday, on Gmail, I was sending out an email, and forgot to attach the file I was sending along, but in the email I wrote the phrase “I have attached…”. So I hit send, and instead of the email getting sent I get a popup asking me if I meant to attach a file cause I put the phrase “I have attached…” in my email, and do I want to continue to send or cancel send and attach file?
So of course I hit cancel and go back and attach the file. And I’m glad that it did get caught cause this particular email was kinda important but under the circumstances I’d have never noticed (and the receiver would likely never have told me) that I’d neglected to attach the file, and that would have been a bad thing.
But really? When did the system start reading my email well enough to know that I meant to attach a file and stop me when I didn’t? I’m not sure I like that…..