This person has over 7,000 draft emails! [Image]

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How in the world can someone have so many drafts? I understand having thousands of unopened emails (mostly spam, I’m guessing), but drafts!? This person probably never gets anything done.

[via Reddit]

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  1. Unamericanize Your Internet

    [@Ashraf]

    Following the New York Times and other written mainstream media the FBI had discovered this methode shortly after the 9-11 ‘attacks’. And yes since the ‘attacks’ lateron were proved to be controlled demolition by an inside job of American secret services everything is (un)possible ;)

  2. Seamus McSeamus

    [@Ashraf]
    I don’t know about terrorists, but this shared account method was used by David Patraeus and his mistress. One of them would log in, write out their message and save it as a draft. The other person would log in afterward, read the message, rinse and repeat.

    Of course, that didn’t work out so well for them in the end, did it? :D

  3. Ashraf
    Author/Mr. Boss

    [@Unamericanize Your Internet] No offense but that is one of the stupidest things I’ve ever heard. If people — terrorists, as you insist — do that, it would become insanely easy to track them. You really think email service providers can’t tell when one email account is regularly being accessed by multiple different IPs from different parts of the world? You really think law enforcement agencies would not catch on to that?

    It is much harder to track emails across different accounts and different service providers than it is to gain access to one account on one email provider.

    Either your so-called terrorists are stupid, or wherever you read that is blowing hot air.

  4. Unamericanize Your Internet

    This use of email accounts is used by terrorists to avoid messages being send over the net. Messages just stay in the email account which is being accessed by different people.